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Russian Tanks via Download Manager

Falconett T-34-85 Remodel

This is an original remodel of the T-34-85 ny The Falconett, modified and repaint by Grandpa

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy / Move the <vehicle name> .wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks / mods / xxx folder, where xxx is the current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks / mods / Xxx folder, where xxx is current game version, named vehicles. Then move the <vehicle name> .wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder. This keeps things a little more organized.

ISU-152 Remodel

ISU-152 Remodel (Historical Gun) by Ashtray, repaint by Grandpa

KV 220 Crazy

KV-220 with Dual Guns

KV-1 Captured

KV-1 Captured

KV-1 Remodel to T-29

KV-1 Remodel to T-29.

Chassis and Guns of KV-1

Hull and Turret of T-29

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy/Move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version, named vehicles.  Then move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder.  This keeps things a little more organized.
  • Caution: Only one choice per tank will work, moving more that one choice will cause WoT to error out on loading

KV-122 “Beast” Mod

KV-122 with the M48A2-120 Turret

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy/Move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version, named vehicles.  Then move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder.  This keeps things a little more organized.

KV-1S Captured

KV-1S Captured with Missiles

KV-1S Remodel to T-29

KV-1S Remodel to T-29

Chassis, Turret, and Guns of KV-1S, Hull of T-29

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy/Move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version, named vehicles.  Then move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder.  This keeps things a little more organized.
  • Caution: Only one choice per tank will work, moving more that one choice will cause WoT to error out on loading

KV-220 “Edelweiss”

KV-220 Remodel using the Edelweiss turret and gun

SU 100Y Crazy Remodel

SU-100Y with Turret

SU-100Y Remodel to T-103

The Russian Premium TD SU-100Y Remodel to look like the T-103

Turret will only move within constraints of SU-100Y

SU-100Y Remodel with Camo

SU-100Y Remodel, repaint by Grandpa

T-150 Remodel to T-103 (Camo Skin)

Russian Heavy T-150 Remodel to HD T-103 with Camo Skin

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy/Move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version, named vehicles.  Then move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder.  This keeps things a little more organized.
  • Caution: Only one choice per tank will work, moving more that one choice will cause WoT to error out on loading

T-150 Remodel to T-103 (No Camo)

Russian Heavy T-150 Remodel to HD T-103 with No Camo Skin

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy/Move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version, named vehicles.  Then move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder.  This keeps things a little more organized.
  • Caution: Only one choice per tank will work, moving more that one choice will cause WoT to error out on loading

T-34-88M

T-34-88M, orginial Falconett remodel for the T-34-85 ported over to the T-34-85M, German 88 gun added, repaint by Grandpa

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy / Move the <vehicle name> .wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks / mods / xxx folder, where xxx is the current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks / mods / Xxx folder, where xxx is current game version, named vehicles. Then move the <vehicle name> .wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder. This keeps things a little more organized.

T-54 Remodel to T-55A

This is a simple remodel of the Russian Medium T-54 to the German T-55 NVA DDR.

  • Chassis T-54
  • Gun T-54
  • Hull T-55A
  • Turret 1 and 2 T-55A

T-54 Remodel Version 1

T-54 Remodel Version 2

T-62A Mod

This is a remodel of the T-62A

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy/Move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version, named vehicles.  Then move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder.  This keeps things a little more organized.
T34-85M “Frankenstein” Remodel

T34-85M “Frankenstein” Remodel

  • Chassis and hull from T34-85M
  • Gun is German 88 L/56
  • Turret from the Supertest console Nameless
  • Skins by Grandpa
T34-88 Remodel

T34-85 with new #2 Turret and 88 L/56 as top gun

INSTALLATION:

  • Simple method: Copy/Move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) to the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version
  • Better method: Create a folder in the World of Tanks/mods/x.x.x folder, where x.x.x is current game version, named vehicles.  Then move the <vehicle name>.wotmod file from the archive (zip) into the that vehicles folder.  This keeps things a little more organized.
  • Caution: Only one choice per tank will work, moving more that one choice will cause WoT to error out on loading

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