2S1 ~ MT-LB-based 122mm self propelled gun
9P139 ~ A version of the 9P138 (30 x 122mm), based on the MT-LB instead of the ZiL-131.
9P149 ~ MT-LB, with a retractable Scturm-V Launcher.
9S743 ~ Bulgarian command MT-LB.
AZM ~ Combat engineer vehicle
Beta-em ~ Polish communications vehicle
Bergningsbandvagn 4012 ~ MT-LB based recovery vehicle in Swedish Army service
Bor ~ Polish resupply vehicle
BMP-23 ~ Bulgarian 2S1 based recce vehicle
BMP-23D ~ improved BMP-23
BMP-30 ~ Bulgarian 2S1 based MICV
BRM ~ See Sova.
Durian ~ See TRI-D.
Gvozdika ~ Series of 122mm self propelled guns based on MT-LB chassis.
ISM ~ Polish minelayer based on stripped down MT-LB chassis
ISMN aka Kroton ~ Polish minelayer based on stripped down MT-LB chassis
Izdyeliye 6 ~ Series industrial designation.
Izdyeliye 6MA ~ See MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MA).
Izdyeliye 6MB ~ See MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MB).
K-611 ~ Nuclear flash spotting vehicle
K-612 ~ Nuclear flash spotting vehicle
K-612-OP ~ Nuclear flash spotting vehicle
Krak ~ Polish air defence variant.
KshM R-80 ~ Bulgarian command vehicle with 2 poles and a large box aft
KShM R-81 ~ Bulgarian staff vehicle with additional observers cupola, boxes and generator aft
La-3 ~ Polish air-defence command post.
Lowcza-3 ~ See La-3.
Lotus ~ See WEM Lotus.
LSPZRA ~ See Stalagmit
Maritza ~ Automated NBC reconnaissance system
Mors ~ Polish engineer vehicle with rear-mounted dozer blade
MR HR ~ See RHR.
MT-LB [Blade] ~ Equipped with a rear-mounted dozer blade for light engineering tasks
MT-LB [BG - Radar] ~ Bul;garian radar vehicle.
MT-LB [Command Variant 1]
MT-LB [DR - Command] NVA command version usually used by artillery units.
MT-LB [Early Production] ~ Initial production version with antennae mount on front.
MT-LB [IQ - Ambulance] ~ Iraqi ambulance version.
MT-LB [IQ - Mortar Variant 1] ~ Iraqi Mortar variant with internally mounted 120mm mortar.
MT-LB [IQ - Mortar Variant 2] ~ Iraqi mortar variant fitted with multi-tube SM4 mount.
MT-LB [IQ - ZU-23] Purpose built fire support version.
MT-LB [Kurgan Upgrade] ~ MT-LB upgrade package by the Kurgan Machine Construction Plant
MT-LB [Late Production] ~ Version with raiased drivers hatch.
MT-LB [Mid Production] ~ Version with antennae mount behind turret.
MT-LB [PL - CV 9040] ~ Polish version fitted with the Swedish CV 9040 turret
MT-LB [PL - RSSV] ~ Polish rescue and service standby vehicle.
MT-LB [Repair] ~ Engineer repair version
MT-LB [Sturm 30mm RCWS] ~ UKrainian fire support version with Shturm 30mm RCWS.
MT-LB [SU - Gun Tractor] ~ Version used as gun tractor.
MT-LB [SU - Mortar] ~ Soviet mortar tractor version.
MT-LB [UA Upgrade] ~ Ukrainian upgrade with 30mm weapons station added
MT-LB [Upgraded] ~ Upgraded standard MT-LBs
MT-LB [Vasilek Portee] - Version modified to carry Vasilek mortar.
MT-LB [ZU-23] ~ Improvised fire support vehicle
MT-LB6MA ~ See MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MA).
MT-LB6MB ~ See MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MB).
MT-LB-23M Krak ~ Polish air defence/combat engineer vehicle
MT-LB AT ~ See MT-LB-AT-I.
MT-LB-AT-I ~ Artillery tractor with ammunition racks mounted in the troop compartiment
MT-LB M1979 ~ Early gun tractor variant
MT-LB M1979/1 ~ Combat engineer version
MT-LB M1979/2 ~ Combat engineer version
MT-LB M1979/3 ~ See MTP-LB.
MT-LB M1981/1 ~ Radiological Survey version
MT-LB M1985 ~ Fitted with rocket-based minefield breaching system.
MT-LB MC ~ See Podnos.
MT-LB Mod.32 ~ Specialised chassis.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6M) - MT-LB modified in 1990 by Muromteplovoz
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MA) - Fitted with YaMZ-238VM engine & turret of the BTR-80.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MA1) - Fitted with AGS-17 30 mm turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MA2) - Fitted with KPVB 23 mm & AGS-17 30 mm turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MA3) - Fitted with 9M133 Kornet ATGM, 7.62 mm PKTM & AG-30 AGS turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MA4) - Fitted with KPVB 23 mm & KPVT 14.5 turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MB) - Wide-track version with YaMZ-238VM engine & BTR-80A turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MB2) - Wide-track version with AG-17 turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MB3) - Wide-track version with GSh-23V turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MB4) - Wide-track version with GSh-30K turret.
MT-LBM (izdeliye 6MB5) - Wide-track version fitted with 23/30 mm & Igla SAM turret.
MT-LBM1 (izdeliye 6M1) - Fitted with 300-310 hp engine.
MT-LB-6M1B3 – 2 Gsh-23, 12.7 MG, 30 mm AGS & 2 Igla SAM.
MT-LB-6M1B5 – 2 Gsh-30K, 12.7 MG , 0 mm AGS & 2 Igla SAM.
MT-LBM2 (izdeliye 6M2) ~ Kurganmashzavod Mod with BMP fittings.
MT-LBO ~ Bulgarian designation for MT-LB vehicle
MT-LB R6 ~ IFV version produced by Kharkiv Marozov.
MT-LB R7 - IFV version produced by Kharkiv Marozov.
R-80 ~ See KShM R-80.
R-81 ~ See KShM R-81.
MT-LB R-137T ~ Polish communications variant
MT-LB SE ~ Ambulance version with raised rear roof
MT-LBV [Early Production] - Early production wide-track version.
MT-LBV [Main Production] - Main production wide-track version.
MT-LBW ~ Polish version of the MT-LB.
MT-LB WD ~ Polish command version.
MT-LB San ~ East German ambulance variant.
MTP-LB ~ Armoured recovery vehicle.
PansarBandVagn 401 ~ MT-LB in service in Sweden.
PansarBandVagn 401GRK ~ Swedish MT-LB modified to mount 120mm mortar in a turret.
PansarBandVagn 452 ~ Swedish MTLB fitted with a BILL turret.
PansarBandVagn 4012 ~ MT-LB modified by Sweden.
Podnos ~ Mortar carrier with 2B14 82mm and 120 rds
Promet ~ Polish air defence variant with twin 23mm in open-top turret.
Promet 2 ~ Polish air defence variant with twin 30mm in open-top turret.
Radiolänkpansarbandvagn 401 ~ Command and control version used by div/brig commanders
R-137 ~ Polish MT-LB with R-137 radio
R-137T ~ Polish MT-LB with R-137 radio
RHR ~ Bulgarian NBC recce vehicle with flag dispenser, cupola and measuring systems
RKhM ~ NBC reconnaissance
RKhM-K ~ NBC reconnaissance command
S-10mj ~ See Sava.
Sani ~ See Tundzha-Sani.
Sava ~ Strela-10 TEL in yugoslav service.
SMM B1.10 ~ See Tundzha.
SMM 74.B1.10 ~ See Tundzha-Sani.
SNAR-10 aka 1RL-232, MT-LB Big Fred - artillery/mortar locating radar
SNAR-10M aka 1RL-232-1 ~ Improved SNAR-10
Sopol ~ Polish air defence variant.
SOVA ~ Bulgarian MT-LB with dismountable surveillance radar system
Stalagmit ~ Polish air defence variant.
TRI ~ Polish combat engineer vehicle
TRI-D ~ Polish mine clearance system
TRI-M ~ Unidentified
TRI HORS ~ TRI fitted with rear-mounted dozer blade
Tundzha ~ Mortar carrier with M-38/43 120mm mortar and 68 rds
Tundzha-Sani ~ Tundzha mortar carrier with 2B11 120mm and 68 rds
UR-77 ~ Mine clearing device
WAT ~ Fire support vehicle fitted with 14.5mm turret.
WAT-40 ~ Fire support vehicle armed with Bofors 40mm.
WEM ~ Polish ambulance version based on standard MT-LB.
WEM Lotos ~ Polish ambulance version with raised rear superstructure.
WPT/DTP ~ Polish armoured recovery version.
GENERAL RECOGNITION POINTS
- Six stamped roadwheels & slack track.
- Sprocket front & Iddler rear.
- Sharp bow with chamfered sides inside mudguards/headlights.
- Access hatch under bow.
- Access hatch on glacis plate with 'pop-up' air vent.
- Two windscreens with armoured covers seperated by spotlight.
- Engine compartment behind crew compartment.
- Personnel compartment at rear of vehicle.
- Two flat rear doors with towing point below.