To install a dual hook swing, you first need to have 2 mounting points. These mounting points are recommended to be between 24 and 36 inches.
There are many options to find as seen in our video 7 ways to install your sex swing. All 7 methods will work with this swing.
Wider spacing will be more comfortable than narrow.
If you are installing a ceiling hook, remember you will need to find ceiling joists. If you are installing your swing parallel to the joists, you will have a range of options that you can set your width to. If you are going perpendicular, your spacing will be determined by the spacing of the joists such as 24, 36 or 48 inches.
If you have a low ceiling, or you are using a stand, you can remove the length of chain. Do not remove the springs. This can affect the headrest adjustments so please see below.
If you have ceilings higher than 8 ft tall, you can space your ceiling hooks further apart. For example a 48 inch spacing on a 10 ft ceiling will be roughly the same angles as a 36 inch spacing on a 8 ft ceiling.
Most people with 8 or 9 foot ceilings should be fine with the installation chains included. If you have higher ceilings, you can buy chain at a hardware store or Home Depot for about $1 a foot. Recommended would be to buy 2 pieces of 2/0 chain or 1/4 chain with a weight rating of at least 300 pounds in a length equal to your ceiling height – 7. So for a 10 foot ceiling, get 3 pieces that are 3 ft long.
Assemble the Swing
Once you have your mounting points established, connect one chain assembly
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Connect the 2 primary straps (the
Handles, Stirrups and Headrest can connect to the same
Adjusting The Swing
There are no rules for adjusting the swing. If you have a position that needs less straps, remove the extra straps. Get creative.