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[Pictures of the Gen2 Peecock in the harness are under the cut]
What you will need:
- A jock strap. I got this one at the 99¢ store [score!]
- needle and thread
- Your Peecock or your packer of choice [this will not be STP compatible with packers that have been modified to be an STP. For example packers with spoon or nipple receptacles.]
- a pen
- optional: a quarter or something similar in diameter to the shaft of your packer
Wear your packer in your jock strap and mark where you want the hole for the shaft to hang. Use the quarter or other round object to mark a perfect circle with a pen. *Depending on the material of the jock the fabric will stretch so you don’t want to make the hole bigger or exactly the same size as shaft of your packer.* Once you’ve marked where you want the hole cut it out. To be on the safe side start with cutting a hole smaller than the one you marked and try fitting your packer through it. Then keep cutting and making adjustments as necessary. Sew around the edges of the hole to keep it from fraying or ripping. That’s it!
This works really well for me. Since jock straps are meant to be snug it keeps the funnel close to my body so when I go to the restroom I don’t have to adjust or hold it while I pee. I can just whip it out like a regular guy. It makes things faster and easier.