Leyland Titan TD2 Bus (1932 to 1934)
Leyland Titan TD2 Bus
|Manufacturer||Leyland motors limited|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||6.7 litre petrol 8.1 litre oil|
|Transmission||4-speed sliding mesh|
Leyland Titan TD2 bus was introduced in 1932, and whilst it incorporated many features that were found in the TD1, it was improved by the
fitting of a fully floating rear axle and three servo vacuum brakes. The gearbox used was of the 4-speed sliding mesh type, whilst a choice of either a Leyland 6-cylinder 6.7 litre petrol engine or Leyland 8.1 litre 6-cylinder oil engine was offered.
In 1933 the gearbox was replaced by a new 4-speed unit of the sliding mesh type with constant mesh helical third gear.
Shortly before production ended in 1934, a few TD2s were built with Gardner 5LW oil engines to special order.