I'd wonder about that. The drive sprocket teeth stick through the centre of the tracks whilst both the M1 CC (rubber pads) and CLT-3 (plain steel tracks) the drive sprocket teeth engaged the edges. The photo shows a drive sprocket with 1 toothed disk/rim, whilst the M1 and CTL-3 had 2 toothed rims. The vehicular shape of the CTL series was nothing like in the photo.
they say the 90mm HEAT round is capable of defeating a T-72 MBT armor, and easily capable of defeating T-62 and T-64 armor. What's your thoughts on that, Paul?Panhard AML-90 aka AML-246C. About 20 bought to support Irish UNFICYP and UNIFIL peacekeeping forces in Cyprus and Lebanon along with 2 batches of 16 AML-60 each.
My knowledge of current armour is spotty at best and especially with regard to '70s+ composite armour and modern AT rounds. The only thing I do know is the South Africans KOed a few T-54/55 and someone a T-62 in, I think, Chad. The Israelis tackled M-47s and M-48s. I got the impression that such kills were a bit difficult. One definite drawback was the primitive fire control system, more WW2 than '60s or '70s.they say the 90mm HEAT round is capable of defeating a T-72 MBT armor, and easily capable of defeating T-62 and T-64 armor. What's your thoughts on that, Paul?