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    Posted: 21 Jan 2020 at 5:28pm
Hi guys, I have a 22' Jeoffroy chisel that is missing some parts, springs and pivot mounts and a few shanks, anybody parting one out or have parts left over? Thanks Tad
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Yeah,the literature from the 60s called them chisel plows but they look like a field cultivator to me.....
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Jeoffroy was built in Texas and marketed by AC, we didn't call them chisel plows here we just called them chisels, good tool but the shank pivots and springs are hard to find anymore. They are considerably heavier than a field cultivator.
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I have one I think is late 50s, I think there were different shanks, some solid mounted were rocks were not a problem, some with spring cushion. Just depends on where you are.
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Did they use allis part numbers
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Tad Wicks Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Jan 2020 at 4:54pm
Mike,  each part has a number forged into it, whether is is an AC number or not I don't know.
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