Sex swing stand?

MrRainybowbow MrRainybowbow
Universal sex swing stand
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Is this needed for the sex swing? Looks fun ;]
12/16/2010
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leatherlover leatherlover
If you do not mount the sex swing from the ceiling, as if you live in an apartment, then yes you need the stand. Otherwise, you just mount the swing from a beam in your ceiling.
12/16/2010
MrRainybowbow MrRainybowbow
And the ceiling will be fine supporting the weight?
12/16/2010
leatherlover leatherlover
It should be as long as you find a beam or a piece of lumber up there. If you just mount it anywhere in the ceiling, definitely no. It will quickly fall out with any weight. You will need to use a stud finder while mounting it.
12/16/2010
MrRainybowbow MrRainybowbow
Quote:
Originally posted by leatherlover
It should be as long as you find a beam or a piece of lumber up there. If you just mount it anywhere in the ceiling, definitely no. It will quickly fall out with any weight. You will need to use a stud finder while mounting it.
Haha well i dont really understand that kind of stuff so i'll just leave it to my man to figure that one out =p but thank you helped me out.
12/18/2010
Mr. & Mrs. Peg Mr. & Mrs. Peg
We got a swing and were lucky enough to get the stand as well. It works great!! It is portable and has kept us from needing to put hooks in the ceiling. Plus you know its sturdy. The only cautionary comment: it takes A LONG TIME to set up and the pipes in ours did not line up perfectly. You need two people to make it easier. Have fun!!
01/02/2011
That Guy That Guy
When you say it's portable, do you mean it's collapsible, or do you have to take it apart every time? Also, I've got hardwood everywhere, are the pipes padded at the base, or do you need to put a mat or something under it to avoid damage to the floors?
01/04/2011
married with children married with children
if you mount your swing from the ceiling, you need to make sure to hit some framing that can support the weight. there is alot of wood that is only there to support sheet rock, plumbing pipe, ect.. i would not spend the money on a swing stand. My house is a 1 story. I crawled about my bedroom and added a 4X12 beam, spread between 2 truss's. It was over kill. She only weighs 120. But i did not want any movement from the truss to cause cracks in the sheet rock. If you can find a truss, or a floor joist; and get the I-bolt dead center in the peice you found, it will hold the 200 pounds that the swing is rated for. Hope that helps.
01/07/2011
wetone123 wetone123
I think I'd feel safer with the swing stand. That just my opinion...
04/22/2011
The Unnamed The Unnamed
We got a swing and were lucky enough to get the stand as well
05/19/2011
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