how do i charge 12 and 24 volt batteries at the same time from my solar panels i have 500 watts of solar and a 50 amp regulator...

We have built a camper van from a 7.5 tonne truck and stupid me didn't realise that the truck is 24 volt but i need to be able to charge my house batteries from the engine but they are twelve volt also i will need to charge my truck batteries from the solar any ideas cheers...

Topic by tkmaxxx   |  last reply


A Quest!

OK - first off, hello everyone!! I've not posted an Instructable for perhaps 4 years now, but I have done a fair few things in the intervening time (shortened life story to follow - if you just want details about the project, scroll down.) Not sure when, but in early childhood I started playing around with K'NEX. I'm sure you'll all agree thats acceptable for a kid of about 5. Several years progressed before I discovered the art of K'NEX weaponry - which led me to create my first ever (and widely crap) Instructable. My fascination for things that you have to put together to make them work has not faded - I have become involved heavily in the Greenpower Race Series for Schools (www.greenpower.co.uk, if anyone's interested - I'm Rob on the forum) and next year will probably be my last truly competitive one - I'm building the one for next year over the summer. Having looked for a couple months about what I can do next, I've come up with a bit of a foolhardy quest  that sevearl people have probably already done. The Project (hello, if you've just scrolled down) is to design, build and drive on the road an Electric, 2-seater, Hardtop Sports car with the following features: 85 MPH top speed (15 more than the Motorway limit), 500 mile range, flash charging capabilities, various mod-cons (e.g. a windscreen), some luggage spaces and a price tag of as little as possible. I'm probably going to be designing the chassis on a 3D CAD program (either Solidworks or AutoCAD) over the next couple of years, as well as getting enough money, sourcing parts, and designing the PWM (Pulse Width Modulation, controls how long the motor is on for in any given second) system. Here is a list of what I see as I need to do: Source electric motor Source batteries + charging system Design chassis Source parts for chassis - Welder, rear differential, steering components, bits of Aluminium/Steel (haven't decided which) box/tube. Build rolling chassis. Anyhow, I will be making an instrucable and will hopefully publish it once I'm done. The whole thing will consist of my entire design process and building processes. Everything from chassis stress testing to choosing what type of dials to have. Hope that was mostly interesting! Rob Hopeful Instructabler

Topic by Blue_Flame 


Steveastrouk reaches 500 Best Answers!

.  Steveastrouk has been awarded Best Answer by his fellow Iblers 500 times! .  Congratulations, Steve! Thanks so much for your many contributions to the DIY community.

Topic by NachoMahma   |  last reply


How do u get passed a block at school?

Plz help me. i want to get on smashbeats at school bt the computers blocked it for streaming videos. some1 PLZ PLZ help me get around it

Topic by RIPKeithWade51310   |  last reply


Long distance proximity detector

Hello.  Does anybody have any idea on how to make a very cheap proximity sensor, which could work over a distance of about 100 metres? I want to make a system where LEDs (carried by people!) change colour as they approach a certain point, i.e, white LEDs turn red as they move towards a central point. The problem is I want to have 50+ separate LEDs, and I'm on a very tight budget! Any ideas appreciated. Thanks!

Topic by megbrazil   |  last reply


Vibrant green rug made from felt scraps

The folks over at Martha Stewart's craft department make a lot of things out of felt and thus have a lot of felt scraps left over. Kristin St. Clair had some free time and started a small project with the felt that turned into this crazy rug. To make it yourself, cut up a ton of felt strips and start rolling them up, using fabric glue to keep it all together. Repeat, repeat, repeat, and add some other shapes along the way to keep it interesting. I just FELT like crafting! via CRAFT

Topic by fungus amungus   |  last reply


Open Software for Fashion Prototyping

This has got to be the most exciting thing to come down wearable technology pike! It's a FREE downloadable book about Arduino boards (both "standard" and LilyPad), conductive fabric, resistive thread, soft buttons, LEDs and more!! The eBook is split into three parts covering the basics of hardware, software and the use of the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment) in the first part. Part two give examples of using eTextile materials and the Arduino to make first cool projects involving LEDs, Piezo speaker and, the Digital and analog zipper.The third part is dedicated to show how to write programs for the Arduino platform. This all might sound very technical for fashion/clothing designer but dont be afraid, it's easily explained and covers just what's needed for wearable electronics (and not for building an new space station).I cannot wait to get started with this eBook! Finally, all the mysteries I had to ask others to program for me, unravelled! pun intendedDownload yours today. NOW! at Open Softwear

Topic by scoochmaroo   |  last reply


comment count off

Latley I've noticed that when I recieve a few comments at one time, the couner is wrong, specificly it skips ahead a few numbers.  For example; I checked my account yesterday the number said 441, today it said 444, however when I checked the comments, I found that only two were actually new.  Has anybody else experienced this? 

Topic by junits15   |  last reply


Chain Mail Chess Set

This entire chess set is made out of chain mail. The amount of work that must have gone into this is mind-boggling. You will certainly lose the nice sound of solidly dropping a piece into a new strategic location, but maybe the clank of chain mail on chain mail will be even more satisfying.Link

Topic by fungus amungus   |  last reply


Some cool, creative and simple idea's needed!

Hey people, i want to do some expiriments for school with a other dude, we want to do some simple things with, steam, max 12v electro and some more creative things! do you guys have some ideas that we can do?! we alredy want to make a hero engine and maybe the minifrig (USB) bb

Topic by mingus15   |  last reply


New homepage thoughts and bug problems

Come here and say what you think about the new home page. I think it's beautiful and simple but there are some small bugs. I'm having trouble posting replies on different threads. I love the new home page but if you could add text to the pictures that would be cool. I do want to thank people who created and designed the homepage for putting it here, I know it was a lot of hard work. (P.s. I'm running firefox 4.0 on Mac)

Topic by young skipper   |  last reply


Time Fountain

Wouldn't be cool if someone made one of these for the LED competition? I definitely do not have the LED knowledge to do this.

Topic by Spl1nt3rC3ll   |  last reply


Favorites?

I can't find my favorite list anymore... i was able to access my favorite list  till yesterday that i would'nt get on my list cuz there is no favorite instructions link on my "you" account any more.. so what s happened?

Topic by fairyangel   |  last reply


ideas wanted: I need to build automatic 180 degree swivel chair for stage prop

I need to build an automatic (motorized) chair that can swivel 180 degrees for a stage prop on the cheap. It must be able to support at least 200 lbs (the chair and the person in the chair.) I found the swivel hardware that can support up to 750lbs. Now I'm trying to figure out how I can make it turn 180 degrees. (Kind of like the chairs on The Voice that comes on NBC. Thanks

Topic by Shanne69   |  last reply


Instructables appear multiple times in new layout

Not sure it's a bug, they might have intended this. Instructables often appear twice on the main page like this :

Topic by scraptopower   |  last reply


Help with LED's on headphones synchronized to music.

I want to be able to put LED lights in my SkullCandy headphones and have them synchronize to the music or at least light up and look cool. Maybe I could throw in a 555IC and have the LED's blink from left to right. I have read online how to do it and I'm stuck. If someone could please explain how to do it or show me in a video. I have a multimeter and such. I don't know the model number or model name of the headphones. I will post pictures of the headphones and where I want the LED's. I don't think this matters much but I want to use high-intensity bright green LED's. I know how to take them apart. I would prefer if I didn't have to use a transistor, but if I have to then I will. Please send me a schematic or something. Thanks. On the picture where I am pointing that is where I want the LED's.

Topic by Wally_Z   |  last reply


Bridge Launching Lego Robot

This bridge launching robot by Flickr user Mahjqa is fantastic! The curled up bridge on its back is extended out up to 48cm (19 inches) over a gap before the robot  disengages from it so it may drive across. On the other side it can turn around and pick it back up! [Youtube via Gizmodo]

Topic by Jayefuu   |  last reply


Novelty Car Horn - Help!

I bought an Ooga horn, and a button wiring kit, but i'm having some trouble...First off, there's no relay, should there be? Also, do i need to buy an additional toggle switch? I don't want to replace my existing horn, simply add another horn. Do I need a new fuse, too? And...I don't really understand the diagram, so if anybody knows where to find better instructions, or can provide them, that would be greatly appreciated.Key to the diagram:1: Original Horn2: Existing Fuse3: Horn switch on steering wheel4: Fuse 10 Amp5: Selector SwitchMy HornThanks!

Topic by Weissensteinburg   |  last reply


How to let people respond to a comment before you even made it!

I noticed this by accident and there is no harm you can do with it. You just go to a topic (any topic you like) and reply to the last comment (the one above in the list). You typ in your comment in the reply screen but you don't submit it! Instead you select your comment and copy it. Then you immediatly click on "add a comment" (so don't press cancel in the reply screen) and paste it there. Then when you click comment, the site does something weird and it thinks the last person who commented made a reply to you! (see image) (note the completely different dates) This also seems to work with comments in the middle.. But here it does something other that is really strange. When you submit your comment. Your comment is put on the top but the comment you were replying to first gets reassigned to look like a reply to the comment above it! Try it out if you like. It worked for me. although you can do no harm with it and although people won't really find a use for it I reported it anyway :) Michel EDIT: I just noticed when somebody replies to your comment it turns itself good again. (Look at the gator-chopper made from real gator topic

Topic by MichelMoermans   |  last reply


Futon mattress repurpose

My daughter's feline urinated on her futon mattress; thought I might get some repurposing suggestions before burning it.

Topic by Sovereignty   |  last reply


garage door opener was used for a rope gate, what can i use it for now?

 I have a garage opener, commercial grade that opened a wire "gate" across my lane to deter people from driving up to my house. It has a metal wheel welded onto it to wind the cable and it's in a little hut (gatehouse) to keep it from the weather. I have a few remotes for it. Now that I have moved, what can I do with this $500 garage door opener? I will take a photo next time I'm over there.

Topic by katerlyn   |  last reply


This is why Makers do what we do

David Malki, who draws the Wondermark online comic, has been doing a series of DIY-themed strips for the past two weeks.  The last one, with Maker's mottos, is a great presentation of why we do what we do.

Topic by kelseymh   |  last reply


How much tape do you guys have?

Dunkis got me thinking "Hey, I wonder how much tape I have in my house?", so I got it all together. Now I'm wondering "How much do you have?". So, let's see it! Oh, forgot to mention it, but this is just from at my mom's house. I have like half more over at my dad's.

Topic by travw   |  last reply


Hey, I am sure you know about TechRepublic's Live Webcast: What You Need To Know About The Cloud And Google Apps- May 17th....

It is advertised here:    TechRepublic... Cloud computing is barreling its way into mainstream IT as a growing number of organizations migrate from on-premise productivity applications to the online tools available through Google Apps. For those who have yet to weigh the pros and cons of a move to the cloud with Google Apps... Just an FYI. http://www.techrepublic.com/webcasts/live-webcast-what-you-need-to-know-about-the-cloud-and-google-apps/2875987?promo=099&trial;=25395542&tag;=nl.e099.em&tag;=nl.e099

Topic by Goodhart 


UMP-45 Redo

Alright so I was getting frustrated with my shotgun concept. Someone else can perfect it. I decided that after being asked if my old UMP-45 was worth building that it could probably use a tune up. So here's the new one. It's very similar to my old one but there are two main differences. First off, the barrel is longer. My old one was probably a tad too short. I have a feeling this one is too long but you can't really make one in between without getting complicated and it's pretty comfortable this way. The second main change is the barrel and firing pin. I used a hybrid type barrel using both a rod and connector barrel so that the ammo can fit through but so that the pin won't wobble. The firing pin uses the concept from my shotgun to be like a charging handle. It's a little further back but this was so the pin wouldn't fly out and I didn't want to move the trigger up + back barrel up. Sorry, I didn't bother taking a picture of the stock. I just made a quick, crude wire stock because I didn't have the pieces to make the full one from last time. I was hoping someone else would be able to take the gun and add a folding stock for me. I'm still working on the handle and thinking about changing the trigger guard because it'll get in the way of the trigger unless you hold it down. Finally I have to test the reliability of this gun. After all that, I'll post it. I'll get a video tomorrow if I get the chance. I might be going out of town though.

Topic by TheDunkis   |  last reply


Does anyone know anything about Shotgun house design?

Hi, How ya'll doing?    I'm planning on building a metal workshop soon. I plan on building a 60' x 40' shop with a Mother-in-law apartment on one end. That space will be 20' x 40'. I've been searching for small houseplans online and haven't found very many. I did see an article on small house design for some homes that were built in New Orleans after the hurricane. It was called a Shotgun house. This would work very well. However, I can't find any floor plans. Does anyone have any ideals where I could find floor plans of the Shotgun house (for cheap)? As the king would have said: Well uuh,  thank ya, thank ya very much.

Topic by wheelbme   |  last reply


Challenge: design a water cannon for deterring cats

The Cats page (https://www.instructables.com/id/Cats/) incorrectly states that 'Everybody loves cats'.  In fact, everybody does NOT love cats, particularly those whose resent their tendency to massacre the wildlife in our gardens. I'd like to improve the odds of survival for all the birds, amphibians and small mammals in my garden, but without causing physical harm to the cats.  I've tried scent-based cat repellents without success, and I completely reject the idea of indiscriminate noise scarers. I can't police the garden 24/7, so my preferred solution is a water cannon capable of detecting a cat and soaking it. To keep things simple, I'd be thinking of using mains pressure to power the water jet, and batteries to power a motion sensor (infra-red). To be useful, the design would need to: - hit targets within a user-specified arc and at varying distances - allow the user to configure the sensitivity of the sensor, so that cat-sized heat sources are treated as targets, but smaller mammals are non-targets - avoid being triggered by foliage disturbed by the wind. For extra credit, the design could: - use solar power instead of batteries - focus the jet at the target, rather than spraying mist over a large area

Topic by pspinks   |  last reply


Knex gun that shoot and with good look?

Hello Everybody, I would really love to make a k'nex gun that shoots far (90+ feet?) and with a nice look, I found some guns, like IAC's Heavy Crossbow, but I have not enough knex for that one, I made the OSSR-2, but it kinda failed, etc. So could you please help? Greetings, Bobbienator

Topic by DELETED_Bobbienator 


Radio Frequency Proximity Detector

Hello, Does anyone have an instructable for building a proximity detector based on a radio transmitter and receiver? Or some other wave based method? I've viewed the IR proximity detector here on this site, but I need a transmitter/receiver based one. Yes, this is for my pet. I have 2 cats and 1 dog. I need to keep the dog out of the same areas that the cats are allowed to go into, thus the proximity detector needs to be specifically tuned to the dog. Distance does not have to be far, anywhere from several inches to a couple feet. Appreciate any comments or instructables! Thanks, Eric

Topic by riccarr   |  last reply


Rubber band cars.

Does anyone build them? here is mine https://www.instructables.com/id/Rubber-band-car/

Topic by general zee   |  last reply


Please help with 1st arduino project

I love this site, and have been totally inspired by many of the projects I see on here, thank you to everyone who takes the time to post their work here. I'm trying to get into my first arduino project and am just looking for some help getting started.  Like many other people, my wife/kids (never me) tend to leave the garage door open, and I was looking for an inexpensive way to build a monitor, using an arduino board. Joe's garage monitor seems really great (https://www.instructables.com/id/Garage-Monitor-3001/#step1), but the post is a little old, and some of the parts listed do not look like they are available anymore. And it may be too much, I can connect this sensor to my home network (since my garage is next to my home's boiler room where all my networking is wired to). So basically I am thinking of the magentic sensors (http://www.dinodirect.com/Plastic-Door-Magnetic-Sensor-Alarm-Security-System-MC-31.html) on the grage door to indicate open/closed, which are only a few dollars, and then somehow connecting that to an arduino board, and then patch the board to my home network where I can log the status to a database. any help with suggestions for an inexpensive board to get started, is greatly appreciated, thanks!

Topic by ericb1   |  last reply


Well, it's a start.....

Just as it got warm here, our dual fan, window fan gave up the ghost.....but I wasn't about to just throw it out without a fight..... First step, most likely suspect, since there was no strain on the cord, was the switch, an old OLD 4 position mechanical clunker that sparked visibly in the dark under the Bakelite case. That seemed ok (it was screwed together so disassembly was a snap).  Testing continuity gave mixed results.  So, I found the place where I has spliced a longer cord into the short wire to the switch and viola'!   After only 45 minutes of getting absolutely filthy with dust, I found the broken wire.   This time, instead of just soldering and taping, I put some heat shrink tube in line before soldering them back together.   Now I have my fan back......ok, so I guess I am not completely worthless yet :-) 

Topic by Goodhart   |  last reply


Schools Out For Summer

Yes, just finished my last final of the semester, and having been in school part time year round since 2003, I'm taking this summer OFF!!!!!! Woo Hooo. I keep calling it the summer of love, cuz I'm gonna love every minute of it. HAHA And barring any emergencies coming up, I'm stopping at the gun store on the way home tomorrow and getting a new toy to celebrate. yeah life is all kinds of awesome right now.

Topic by Tool Using Animal   |  last reply


Reuse, Repurpose Instructables Ideas for Air Compressor

I came up on a broken air compressor where basically it is a functioning electric belt driven pump.  Does anyone have any suggestions what I can do with that thing? It also has the mini tank with it. 

Topic by Chingasman   |  last reply


GUNS/WEAPONS!!!

Hi there! I need some really nice guns like some pistols or grenades like a pinapple but heres the catch -Must be made of WOOD -can have a removeable mag -Any gun or grenade -ACCURATE to the real thing -parts lists(prices for extra credit) -if made comment on my profile not message me or I will not see -real gun unless its steampunk and cool  Any amount Other than that have fun!

Topic by builderkidj   |  last reply


ROBLOX

Take a look at my brilliant profile at the witty virtual world ROBLOX.

Topic by pp21   |  last reply


Thoughts on the new update?

There is a new update as all of you will have probably noticed by now. I've got my own views on the update.  [I miss the orange colour...] But, I wanted to now what the large community at Instuctables thinks about the updated home page. So... Please comment about what you think!

Topic by freakyqwerty   |  last reply


What to do with non working usb cam

I have a camera that looks like this http://fametech.en.alibaba.com/product/275792592-200008986/USB2_0_interface_high_quality_metal_webcam.html When I plug it in it asks to install a driver for a usb20 camera. I don't know if it is broken or not but their site says it doesn't need a driver. Anyways what are some neat things i can do with this?  I have 2 there are some pretty large blinding leds when I plug it in and one has a sound recever. I was hoping to salvage the video camera part of it if I could.

Topic by ojebus   |  last reply


Harry Potter- Knitted Dark Mark Bag

I'm a big Harry Potter nerd, so a friend passed this link along to me. It's definitely cooler than just knitting house scarves!

Topic by canida   |  last reply


Ultimate Pirate Ship Bedroom

Pirate ship bedroom? Shiver me timbers! Designer Steve Kuhl used 2x12 ribs to construct the hull of the ship, covering them with layers of 1/2 inch plywood to act as the planking. "But that's not all. The room is also decked out with a rope bridge that connects the pirate ship to the top of a jail cell, and a rope suspended from the ship's hull provides drop-in access to the closet. There's also a completely hidden spiral slide, that lets you travel downstairs in a more adventurous way." Check out this pirate ship bedroom, there's 14 pictures that show the bedroom from all angles and even a computer model that illustrates the spiral slide. via: mymodernmet.com

Topic by mikeasaurus   |  last reply


Shocks w/ electro magnetics

Hello Every one this is my first post, and since I am a full time student, full time para legal and full time parent, I'm just going to throw this idea out there and let others build on it. Its just an idea that I have had for years. Concerning electro magnets and shock absorber for your average car. Let me know your thoughts. My main thought is that the magnets would be working with reverse polarity add in electricity and you have a pretty good repelling force for going over those bad Jersey roads. Let me know your thoughts.

Topic by arkburn   |  last reply


Advice sought on hacking my Xootr kick scooter.

I love my Xootr Scooter. I'd probably love it even more if it didn't keep trying to kill me. I live in NYC and ride the scooter on both streets and sidewalks. The problem is that whenever the front wheel hits a sudden discontinuity greater than about half an inch, it flips, attempting to take me with it on a 360º journey that would no doubt end with my brains splattered on the pavement.  So far my reflexes have remained fast enough to leap off at the last microsecond; but I'm not getting any younger; which also means I would feel like a fool wearing a helmet to ride the same type of vehicle children so blithely scoot up and down the block on. Anyway: I've looked for inflatable tires that fit the scooter. They don't seem to exist. I've considered trying to add a suspension, but I don't weld and it's probably beyond my abilities anyway. My most recent idea is to use a drill to honeycomb the front tire with holes and then fill the holes with a 'bouncier' substance. (Sugru, perhaps?) Any suggestions, advice, or comments would be greatly appreciated.

Topic by joachimboaz   |  last reply


Challenge to good model makers

Hey guys, I have a challenge to the good model makers on Instructables.  I need a small replica airplane for a project I'm working on. The smaller the better, the more detailed the better. Feel free to use whatever knex parts you want: minis, bricks, ect...   I could probably build one myself, but I'll give some of you guys the chance to help me out and work with me. Plus I really don't like building models.  If yours is the best I'll private message you what I'm building, or send you a patch, or whatever you want. I really don't care.  I just want to work with some of the new people here.  Anyone is welcome. Just post a picture and I'll pick which one will work best.  Remember smaller the better. Thanks guys, I'm excited to see what we come up with. Killer~SafeCracker

Topic by Killer~SafeCracker   |  last reply


Amazon voucher give-away - WINNERS!

I won a prize by posting a comment on a tool blog. The prize is a $10 Amazon voucher. Unfortunately, I can't redeem it on Amazon.co.uk, and it would be swallowed by postage if I ordered from the US. So, I have a voucher to give away. To win, have a look at this topic started by Acidbass, and then post a verse for an Instructables boom-de-yada song here, complete with links (see the verse I posted there). Deadline: 4th December. Judging - the "best" verse will be selected by the capricious whim of Acidbass and myself. The winner will be announced in this topic, and receive the prize by PM. WINNERS! In reverse order: 3rd goes to Wasagi 2nd goes to RedNeckEngineer and 1st, with the prize voucher code, is.... GOODHART! Well done, that ibler! 2nd and 3rd get no cash prize, but Acidbass will include their verses in the video. Keep posting good ideas, though! I think the winner is Goodhart because he followed the rules made a catchy verse and had the guts to send me a recording of his verse that he made by himself to place in the movie. 2nd place is RedneckEngineer because he got creative with the verse. 3rd is Wasagi because he followed the instructions and did a very good job. The 2nd and 3rd place prizes are that their verses get to be in the movie :-)

Topic by Kiteman   |  last reply


Using Edge-lit LCD's LED array

Hi everyone! Recently, a friend of mine managed to crack the LCD of his laptop. While he got a replacement, I took his old LCD screen apart and salvaged the LED array which edge-lit the screen. Now my question is, is there a way I can power this on? There's no information printed on the LED array about its power requirements and I'm looking for any hints / clues I can get. I've attached a few closeups of the LED array, hope to get a lead on this. Thanks in advance!

Topic by jagtesh   |  last reply


Bye! (Not)

IM NOT LEAVING! AND I HAVE A NEW GUN POSTED! CHECK IT OUT!

Topic by Seleziona   |  last reply


Flippin' pictures!

I REALLY dislike how the pictures now flip past on the website. As soon as I see something I might want to look at, it changes and I get something else! Grrrr!

Topic by JAGGIE   |  last reply


xbox games wanted (free if possible)

hey people just wondering if you guys had any free x-box games (that work please)

Topic by 2hot2hack   |  last reply


In need of help. What can I do to make my craft project better and more popular?

I had recently made my own school bag out of some, of my excessive amount, of scrap fabric, took pictures of its creation, and then added it to instructables.   I have minimal views and no comments. I feel that I have done something wrong in making it or showing how I made it.   Can someone give me advice on how to make this better for future references.  I know it is entered in the back to school contest but I am not trying to make myself win now, since I messed up.  I just want to fix it for later. This is the school bag. https://www.instructables.com/id/Messenger-Bag-Style-LaptopSchool-Bag-W-Adjustabl/

Topic by Crystalline_Chaos   |  last reply


Team Builds a Tank from Two Tractors!

I was looking at the referrals for my Airsoft Trip Mine instructable, and was led to this site: http://www.x7og.net/. Faced with a long list of forums, I browsed under the "Alternative Weapons" category, hoping to find a post containing my trip mine (haven't found it yet). What I found, however, can only be described as the epitome of pure DIY paintball awesomeness. A team of people built a working paintball tank out of tractor parts and various other things. It's so epic, I just had to show it to you all. Here is the forum that documents the making of the tank:http://www.x7og.net/alternative-weapons/13294-fbk-tank-ny.htmlEdit:Woohoo! My mine was mentioned twice! :D http://www.x7og.net/alternative-weapons/18028-need-design-baby-powder-pressure-mine-2.htmlEdit Edit:Goodness me! More tanks! http://www.x7og.net/alternative-weapons/5438-paintball-assault-vehicles-thread.html

Topic by Spl1nt3rC3ll   |  last reply