The RSO was not directed at this thread , I do know my German vehicles, this comment from me was directed at Alan from another thread about What you find in the photos when you search for a vehicle online. He did not know there were so many variants of RSO THAT was what the comment was about Paul .I'd treat it as an unarmoured SdKfz 10/5, but normal size and a h/t MP of about 13 or 14. With more space at the back there is much less need for an ammo trailer. A version with trailer I would give it an MP of 10 or 11. Because of the extra ammo stowage I would not recommend a B(11) for the trailer-less side.
That is not the RSO that appeared in Axis Minor and Finnish colours, it's closer to an SdKfz 11 in capacity but about half way in HP/weight between the SdKfz 10 and 11. The suspension is not as good as either.
The MP is a rough estimate and for that vehicle an ammo trailer is fairly redundant in an ASL scenario time frame.
Sorry Paul was tired after all day gardening, my apology and yes I meant the 10Sorry Olli, my not-RSO was not directed at you, just to anyone who might have thought that it was similar. To be honest I couldn't quite fully understand your "SdKfz5/6" reference, I guessed a typo version of "SdKfz 10/5".
There are official counters for the PaK 40 on a Stuart as well as the FlaKVierling on one too.One thing to remember about ASL and vehicle designations is that there are a somewhat approaching infinite number of field modifications. So there isn't going to be an ASL counter for everything.
The T-34's are an amalgam of whatever turret and chassis were at the repair depot at the time. I think this was basically the same for M4's. The Cullen hedgerow device was a field modification. Tito's partisans were MASTERS of modification, even putting a PaK43 on a Stuart.
If you want a new counter, how about the airborne British minibike...
This is a model, but they do have one at the Museum in Freiburg, Germany.
As noted, it is the suspension of the Maultier, not the RSO. Actual performance stats would vary a bit as they were built on a number of truck chassis - Opel, Ford, etc.That is not the RSO