Comparing: M10 Wolverine vs. T49 vs. SU-85
The most widely produced American tank destroyer, with a total of 6,406 vehicles manufactured from September 1942 through January 1943. More than a third of all Wolverines were supplied to Allied nations under Lend-Lease.
A variant of the M41 light tank with an enlarged turret and 90-mm gun. Trials started on May 5, 1954. The trials were a success, but the tank never saw mass production due to lack of interest from the military authorities.
Developed on the basis of the T-34 medium tank and the SU-122 assault gun. Produced from August 1943 through July 1944. The 85-mm D-5S gun allowed the SU-85 to effectively hit enemy medium tanks at distances of more than 1,000 meters and to penetrate the front armor of heavy tanks at shorter distances.
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|Battle Tiers||5 6 7||9 10 11||5 6 7|
|Speed Limit||48 km/h||72.4 km/h||55 km/h|
|Speed Limit Back||12 km/h||24 km/h||14 km/h|
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|Neto Credits Income||2805.02|
|Kills per Battle||0.736709|
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