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Hi there
I would like to add pump to my PE from what I read on here air pump will be best choice. Only question is what brand to go with, don't mind cost. Just want good quality one.
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Any guide to choose size ? I want to last longer. Do I take like 3 ich plus?
 

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If you want to pump your whole package, a 3" plus cylinder will do. If you want to increase your girth, a properly sized cylinder is the better way to go.

Base Girth --> Cylinder Diameter
3.50 to 4.50* --> 1.50
4.75 to 5.25* --> 1.75
5.50 to 6.00* --> 2.00
6.25 to 6.75* --> 2.25
7.00 to 7.50* --> 2.50
7.75 to 8.25* --> 2.75

The LAPump is a quality product; however, you can get the same brass pump from Harbor Freight Tools (brass brake bleeder kit) for $26 or less with a coupon from an auto magazine. LeLove makes a reasonably priced cylinder for under $50. Other quality pump suppliers include Boston Pump and PumpToys.

ThickWall Co, UK is located in the UK.

There is a lot of good information in the stickies section in the Devices Forum.
 
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Exactly what not2big said!

If you want to pump your whole package, a 3" plus cylinder will do. If you want to increase your girth, a properly sized cylinder is the better way to go.

Base Girth --> Cylinder Diameter
3.50 to 4.50* --> 1.50
4.75 to 5.25* --> 1.75
5.50 to 6.00* --> 2.00
6.25 to 6.75* --> 2.25
7.00 to 7.50* --> 2.50
7.75 to 8.25* --> 2.75

The LAPump is a quality product; however, you can get the same brass pump from Harbor Freight Tools (brass brake bleeder kit) for $26 or less with a coupon from an auto magazine. LeLove makes a reasonably priced cylinder for under $50. Other quality pump suppliers include Boston Pump and PumpToys.

ThickWall Co, UK is located in the UK.

There is a lot of good information in the stickies section in the Devices Forum.
 

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Many thanks
I couldn't find size guide.
Cheers!