CB6000 base ring problems

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    I have my sub locked in a cb6000 and he has used the middle sized ring (3) but recently he’s been saying it’s a bit loose and that he wanted to go up to the number 4 ring. I ofc course had no problem with such a request and he got it on. He wore it for a few days but Always complained of it being genuinely painful when he was aroused. He really tried I’ll give him that but a couple times we had to remove the device and he’d put it on a little while later but this problem persisted; especially at night...poor boy. He’s now back in the 3 ring. Is there anyway we can adjust the 4th ring to be just slightly larger? Sanding perhaps? Many thanks A&LM XXX
     
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    Had many chafing problems with the CB plastic series. Try metal instead, with a solid ring.
     
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    We are both huge fans of the cb6000 design but we can’t find a metal counterpart that isn’t cheap knockoff lol
     
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    Could one have it made custom? A metal repicla lol
     
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    i have tried The Vice lately. so far so good.


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    There's a member here @kink3d who has designed a single piece CB6000 base ring, and I believe he can have it made in any circumference and with any spacer. Reach out to him and see if he can help
     
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    That is the best reply I could’ve hoped for thank you I’ll send him a mail just now x
     
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    Have not had to do it to the cb6000s but back with the original cb2000 I did sand down one of the rings to make it a little larger and change the shape of the ring where my sack dropped over the bottom of the ring. It worked great. If he can manage during the day with the smaller one then at bed time go to the larger one until his body and sack stretch and get use to the new one. Also I had the night problems with the cb3000. When I went to the cb6000s the night problems became much much better. As people have said here before, you do not want extra space in the cage to grow into.
     
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    Thanks for the reference : ) I've connected with OP and hopefully will get the ring made for her sub soon!
     
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    Hello, I have the same problem, I am between 2 ring and I Hope you can help me.. I've sent you a message on Shapeway :)
     
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    I had both the CB6000 and CB6000s. Got rid of both because the spacers were constantly pinching and any enclosed "tube" has to be removed frequently for cleaning otherwise your penis will smell like a rotting fish. Metal is definitely the easiest to keep clean but it is heavy unless you get titanium made cage (expensive though). the Cherry Keeper cages offer designs similar to metal and are lightweight and not expensive.
     
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    I had the same problem with the cb rings for the old 2000 cage, it hurt like hell when aroused in the size 3 ring, but fitted so well every other time, I highly recommend trying to sand it down a bit, as a millimetre can make all the difference.
     
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