Leyland 802 - Marshall 802

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Mr. Dactyl
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Leyland 802 - Marshall 802

Post by Mr. Dactyl » Thu Jan 07, 2021 1:35 am

I am looking at a 1981 Leyland 802 tractor.

In what ways are the Leyland 802 and Marshall 802 similar or different?

Thank you.



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JohnP
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Re: Leyland 802 - Marshall 802

Post by JohnP » Thu Jan 07, 2021 7:40 am

If the tractor is a "Rebuilt" Leyland then there is very little difference, but as Marshal said at the time "Better built by Marshall". A number of Leylands were rebadged as "Marshall", they retained the Leyland serial number plate.

On the other hand if it is a Marshall, Gainsborough, built tractor then there are a number of "Improvements", See attached chart for the differenced brought in at the commencement of production. A load of other improvements were introduced as time went by, the main one being a much improved hydraulic system and the Hi-Lo sandwich box at the front of the gearbox.

I have probably missed a few items.


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