The T14 is a premium tier 5 American heavy tank. At first glance it doesn’t come off as an American mid tier heavy tank since it looks nothing like the T1 and M6. The T14 trades thicker armor for better armor angling across most of the tank. This guide for World of Tanks T14 weak spots breaks down the entire tank and its effective armor. You’ll learn every weak spot needed to easily damage the T14 heavy. Learning how to harness the armor angles is the key to mastering playing the T14. On the other hand learning where the T14 is weakest makes taking this tank down very easy.
World of Tanks T14 Weak Spots |Frontal View|
Frontally the T14 is very tough for a lot of tanks that it faces due to limited matchmaking. The frontal hull has a large weak spot with the machine gun port being 64mm effective. Outside of this area the hull armor sits 102mm effective and above. For many tier 3-5 tanks penetrating these areas can be hard to pull off every time. Moving up to the turret you find excellent armor on the cupola and turret front. With the cupola being one of the strongest areas on the T14 it can be a valuable asset if enemies do not know to shoot elsewhere.
There is a small 111mm effective weak spot just above the gun on the mantlet. Where the mantlet is oddly cut out on the left side is a 99mm effective weak spot as well. Other areas on the turret front are much stronger and should be avoided.
World of Tanks T14 Weak Spots |Side View|
A T14 engaged from the side can still soak up a lot of shells if you do not aim for the upper hull. This is because most of the side hull is covered by spaced armor and the tracks add additional armor in some spots. Avoid shooting HEAT and HE shells at the side since the probability of hitting spaced armor is very high. For most tier 4-6 tanks as long as you aim carefully it isn’t that difficult to damage the T14’s side. The main strength the T14’s side has is the unique armor layout the spaced armor brings to the table.
World of Tanks T14 Weak Spots |Rear View|
The rear of the T14 is mostly weak with the rear hull being below 99mm effective armor. Avoid the well angled part on the top of the rear hull since it is stronger than it appears. As long as you avoid shooting this area and also much of the rear turret you’ll find the rear easy to damage.
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