John Deere Oil Filter Cross Reference Database

Last updated 10/21/21 Have you ever been frustrated trying to copy, paste, or write down long part numbers for tractor oil filters so you can cross reference them? Here’s a few tips to save some time AND money.

Top 6 Tips and Secrets for finding cheaper filters for your tractor

 

6.Use John Deere’s Filter Checklist Printouts

You can find a really handy filter checklist for any tractor on John Deere’s website, here’s a link John Deere Filter Checklist Database. Just scroll down to your category of tractor and find its filter checklist.  These checklists are really helpful to have a complete list when you are cross referencing another brand.

5. Search Ebay’s Tractor Parts Category For Great Deals

Take your filter number and type or paste it into the search bar here EBAY TRACTOR PARTS SEARCH  Just for a test I typed in DZ101880 (the part number for an 8000 series oil filter) and I found an OEM (new in box) filter for 25% less than John Deere’s price, plus free expedited shipping.  Sometimes you can find filters being sold on Ebay by businesses that are going out of business for 75% off or more.

4.  Buy Filters During “Filter Days” Sales

Nearly all filter retailers have special sales days for filters.  Both NAPA and John Deere both have “Filter Days” events a few times a year where filters are heavily discounted.  It takes a little planning but buying all of your filters during these sales can save a TON of money.

3.  Buy in Bulk

If you are buying filters through an online retailer like Fleet Filter you will see the bulk discounts can be huge.  Often several tractors will use the same filters, and buying filters 6 or more at a time can save at least 25%.

I find that having multiple filters on hand means I am more likely to change them when I should.  Sometimes it gets put off because of not wanting to make a trip to the store or dealership.

2. Check Amazon’s Filter Search Page

This may seem weird at first but hear me out. Amazon has everything under the sun, including OEM John Deere Oil and Air Filters. To test this I tried searched for a filter most John Deere dealers don’t even stock, an expensive activated carbon air filter for 4830 Self Propelled Sprayers, the part number is RE199682. From my dealer this is $150 plus wait time. Amazon’s price? Look for yourself (I was shocked) Amazon John Deere RE199682 Filter Type your filter number in the search bar below and check Amazon’s massive filter database:

1. Buy Your Filters From…. Zoro.com

You may have never heard of Zoro but you have likely heard of Grainger.  Historically, Grainger has always catered to large corporations.  Zoro is a division of Grainger that they created to cater to the consumer market.  The inventory is largely the same as Grainger, but with much cheaper prices.  

Zoro has well over 10,000 different Baldwin and Wix filters at the absolute lowest prices you will find ANYWHERE.  You can save a ton of money by taking your John Deere filter cross references to their filter pages.  The downside is their site isn’t sophisticated enough to do any cross referencing, so you will need to take the WIX or Baldwin part number you get from our site to their site. They also have the best prices you can find on tools or parts. Although Zoro is getting to be more of a household name, they are still trying to get the word out.  Zmail is Zoro’s weekly email list that they send discount coupons out on and you can get 10% off for signing up.  If you order a bunch of tractor filters and oil the 10% off really adds up. Check it out:  Get 10% off your first order when you sign up for Zoro’s weekly coupons emails


Sample John Deere Filter Breakdown List

 

For years I asked myself; “Why is there not a site that I can use to look up a tractors model number and see the OEM filter numbers, along with the cross referenced aftermarket filter part numbers?” I couldn’t ever find a site like this, so I decided to create one.

If you search for ” John Deere oil filter cross reference ” you will see some links to John Deere websites, a Fram filter cross reference page, and one random cross reference page for a lawn mower filter.  This isn’t exactly helpful.

The John Deere AM125424 oil filter is without a doubt the most widely used oil filter in John Deere’s fleet of riding lawn mowers. There is a really good chance if you are looking for a John Deere lawn mower oil filter the AM125424 is the one you are looking for. This filter is used on popular mowers like the D105 and D110 or the E100 and E110 or even the X165.  Basically if your mower was made within the last 25 years and has a 15-20hp motor it uses the AM125424.  So why is it so hard to find information like this?  You will have to check prices on the links below, they change prices all the time.

AM125424 Filter Cross Data:

OEM John Deere Filter AM125424: 3″/1 lb John Deere Oil Filter AM125424

Compatible FRAM PH8170: FRAM PH8170 TRV146706

Compatible Briggs & Stratton 492932S: Briggs & Stratton 492932S Oil Filter

Compatible WIX 57035: WIX Filters – 57035 Heavy Duty Spin-On Lube Filter, Pack of 1

Compatible Stens 120-523: Stens 120-523 Oil Filter

Here’s an example of our filter guides for a John Deere 1025R: https://www.filtersfortractors.com/john-deere-1025r-oil-filter-cross-reference-info/ 

Here’s how to use our John Deere oil filter cross reference database:

  1. Navigate to your specific model of tractor through our website, you can use our search bar to quickly locate your model number
  2. In this example we will look up a popular John Deere garden tractor, the D105 (17.5hp). We use the search bar located on this website to look up “John Deere D105 oil filter”.
  3. The first result will be a page containing all the filter information for the D105, including fuel and air as well as oil
  4. Using this page we can quickly cross reference John Deere filter part numbers and see that there are a variety of aftermarket filters for this machine
  5. The chart shows that the stock John Deere oil filter is AM125424. This filter is about $14 from several stores at the time of posting. We can also see that the WIX 51056 or NAPA 1056 is a direct match for the John Deere oil filter, and is selling for around $7.
  6. Air and fuel filters are also on the chart, the John Deere air filter part number is GY21435. We see that there are many cross references for this filter like the Briggs & Stratton 102-012 available for the D105.

This is just an example of how you can use our John Deere oil filter cross reference charts to find filters that fit your specific machine.

Who makes filters for Case and New Holland?

Just like John Deere, Case tractor filters (and likewise New Holland) are manufactured by aftermarket companies.  Fleetguard (owned by Cummins), has been manufacturing filters for Case IH/CNH for years. Unlike John Deere, they do not go out of their way to advertise that their CIH branded filters are superior to the identical Fleetguard filters.  This tells me that we can cross reference Case filters and save some money, without sacrificing performance.

It can be rather difficult to find and cross reference tractor filters, and CNH filters are no exception. There is little to no information out there on many CNH filters, which is why this site was created.  One issue I’ve found when trying to cross reference CNH filters is the newest Case tractors have some proprietary filters.  From what I can tell Case and New Holland are trying to tweak their filters (or maybe just the part numbers) so that there aren’t any aftermarket crosses for them.

Case Filter Cross Reference Example:

For this example, I’ll use a Case IH Magnum 215 tractor, which is pretty popular. This is another one of those examples where Case has made it impossible to find crosses for some filters. The engine oil filter on this tractor is unfortunately only available through Case.  That’s OK because we can cross all of the other filters on this machine.  You will find Amazon has better prices than any dealership on filters, its kind of a little known secret.  You can access Amazon’s filter database here: Amazon Filter Search Page Just change the filter number to whatever number you have.  Amazon’s Filter Search is smart enough it does the cross reference automatically.

  1. Navigate to our Case Magnum 215 filters page using either the search bar or going through the menus above.
  2. Type the case part number into the Amazon Filter Search Page, Case part # 1971728-C1
  3. Use the chart to cross reference the OEM filter to Fleetguard, NAPA or Baldwin and see the prices of both
  4. Case IH filter price: $127
  5. Baldwin Part # BT8870-MPG (Amazon Baldwin BT8870 Cross to Case IH)
  6. Fleetguard Part # HF6684 (Amazon Fleetguard HF6684 Cross to Case IH)
  7. WIX Part # 51729 (Amazon WIX 51729 Cross to Case IH)

As you can see there is a huge variation of price on this hydraulic filter. The WIX filter over the OEM CIH/CNH would save almost $50, and looks like a no brainer. You can get WIX filters at NAPA under the NAPA Gold label for a similar price.

You can also use our tractor filter cross reference database to find matches for the OEM air and fuel filters for this tractor. Just by shopping around you can save hundreds over the manufacturer’s prices. You can often save even more by purchasing multiple filters at once, especially retailers like SimplyFilter. John Deere also uses this hydraulic filter, JD part # RE174130. If you have multiple tractors, even different brands, using the same filter stocking up and getting a volume discount can save you a substantial amount.

 

Should I put aftermarket oil and air filters in my tractor?

This question comes up a lot when talking about filters used in tractors.  Many people simply aren’t comfortable using anything other than a John Deere, Case, New Holland etc in their expensive tractor or piece of machinery.  This is totally understandable, filters are a cheap insurance policy to keep an expensive machine running.

The question you have to ask yourself is this, “Do I believe John Deere or Case is actually manufacturing their own filters?”

It simply isn’t feasible for tractor manufacturers to make their own filters. Instead, they have companies like Champion Labs, WIX or Donaldson manufacture filters for them and place the JD or CIH logo on the filter.

Tractor manufacturers will tell you that their filters are in every way superior to aftermarket filters.  Whether or not that is true 100% of the time I’m not sure, but I have a hard time believing an air filter made by Donaldson for John Deere is any different from the same filter with Donaldson branding.

It is notoriously difficult to take an OEM tractor filter and cross reference it to more than one aftermarket manufacturer. This makes it tough to compare prices. The tougher it is to cross reference the more likely that a customer will simply pay for the expensive OEM filter.

The goal of this site is to give consumers the information they need to make their own decision on what brand of filter goes on their machine.

Here’s a quick example of how to do a filter cross reference on our site, using a John Deere 8420 for an example:

  1. Use the John Deere 8420 filter cross reference page on this website
  2. Find the outer engine air filter, which is JD part number RE164839, listed for $91.33 at GreenPartsStore http://www.greenpartstore.com/John-Deere-Outer-Engine-Air-Filter-Element–RE164839_p_23507.html
  3. Quickly see that the Donaldson P603755 is a direct cross reference to the OEM John Deere air filter, and available for almost half the price.

John Deere Lawn Tractor Filter Cross Reference

Last updated 10/20/21 Whether you call it a John Deere lawn tractor or a lawn mower, there’s no question that keeping up on basic maintenance is the best way to reduce downtime and avoid costly repairs. When properly maintained, John Deere lawn tractors are just about as reliable as they come, and is likely a large part of why you bought a JD compared to another brand. Use the table of contents below to navigate to your particular model and the cross reference information we have available for it. Keep in mind this massive database is a work in progress, we will constantly be adding more John Deere models and cross references as time all allows.

Table of Contents

    This guide will go through John Deere filter cross references and John Deere lawn tractor parts breakdowns for most of the popular mower models. By buying lawn tractor filters or parts online, you can save a ton of money over dealer markups. Hit the “check price” button next to any of the cross reference part numbers to check the Amazon price for the part. The truth is, John Deere doesn’t manufacture their own filters. They pay companies like Fleetguard, Champion and Donaldson to make filters with a Deere logo on them. Long story short, buy into the hype that you must use OEM John Deere filters or parts. Many times you can get a higher performance part for less money, especially when it comes to mower blades.

    John Deere E Series Lawn Tractors

    John Deere E100

    John Deere E110

    John Deere E120

    • John Deere E120 Oil Filter Cross Reference
      • OEM John Deere AUC12916 crosses to:
        • None, proprietary Easy Change system
    • John Deere E120 Fuel Filter Cross Reference
    • John Deere E120 Air Filter Cross Reference
    • John Deere Yearly Maintenance Kit
      • AUC13705 (Includes all John Deere filters and Oil, John Deere Quick Change Kit) Check Price
    • John Deere E120 Replacement Parts
      • John Deere E120 Drive Belt
      • John Deere E120 Deck Belt
      • John Deere E120 Mower Blades
        • OEM GX22151 Check Price
        • Best Mulching Blades: Rotary Copperhead Blade Set (42″ Deck) Check Price
        • Best Standard Blades: MaxPower 561811B Blade Set (42″ Deck) Check Price

    John Deere E130

    John Deere E140

    John Deere E150

    John Deere E160

    John Deere E170

    John Deere E180

    John Deere X Series Lawn Tractors

    John Deere X330

    John Deere X350

    John Deere X370

    • John Deere X370 Oil Filter Cross Reference
    • John Deere X370 Transmission Filter
    • John Deere X370 Fuel Filter Cross Reference
    • John Deere X370 Air Filter Cross Reference
    • John Deere Yearly Maintenance Kit
      • LG265 (Includes all John Deere filters (Except Transmission Filter) and Oil) Check Price
    • John Deere X370 Oil Type and Capacity
      • 1.8 quarts of 10w30
    • John Deere X370 Replacement Parts
    • John Deere X370 Mower Blades
      • OEM M170639 Check Price
      • Best Aftermarket X370 Blades: MowerPartsGroup Aftermarket X370 42″ Blade Set Check Price

    John Deere X380

    John Deere X390

    John Deere D Series Lawn Tractors

    John Deere D100

    John Deere D105

    John Deere D110

    John Deere D120

    John Deere D130

    Coming Soon

    John Deere D140

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    John Deere D150

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    John Deere D160

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    John Deere D170

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    Kubota L3901 & L3301 Filter Cross Reference Info

    Last updated 10/19/21 The Kubota L3901 and L3301 are the bigger brothers to the very popular L2501. With more horsepower than the L2501, the L3901 and L3301 are more capable of pulling power hungry attachments. The only real difference in the L3301 and the L3901 is horsepower, and they actually use the same engine, the 3301 is just slightly de-rated to decrease it’s horsepower output. This means that both models use the same filters.

    L3301 Oil Filter Cross Reference

    No tractor manufacturer in the United States actually makes their own filters, they have filter companies like Fleetguard make them. Many OEM Kubota filters are in fact Fleetguard filters stamped with the Kubota name. In our experience, you can often save money on filter changes (without sacrificing any performance or reliability) by using a high quality aftermarket filter like a Fleetguard, Donaldson or Baldwin filter. Using the Kubota L3901/L3301 filter cross reference part numbers in this guide, you can easily compare the cost of OEM filters vs. aftermarket filters. If the OEM Kubota filter is close in price to the aftermarket filter, sticking to a Kubota filter is your best bet. But most of the time you will find significant savings with aftermarket options. In the end the brand of your filter is MUCH less important than changing them at the correct amount of hours. On to the L3901/L3301 filter cross reference tables:

    Kubota L3301/L3901 Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM Kubota HH164-32430 (Kubota HH164-32430 Filter on Amazon) crosses to:

    The Kubota L3301 and L3901 oil capacity is 7.1 quarts of 15w40. The best oil you can use to protect your tractor is Rotella T6. It is a full synthetic and consistently comes in at the top of oil comparison wear tests. At one point in time Chevron manufactured Kubota branded oil, right now its really hard to tell who actually makes it.

    Since these newer machines have DPF filters it is EXTREMELY important to use an oil that meets CK4 API spec. If you have old CJ4 spec oil laying around it should not be used with a machine that has a DPF filter. Rotella T6 is DPF safe and is CK4. New Kubota oil meets CK4 spec as well, and would be my 2nd choice for oil. Here are a couple that we recommend: Check Price: Rotella T6 Full Synthetic 15W-40 Diesel Engine Oil (1-Gallon, Case of 3) or Kubota 4PK 1 Gallon SAE 15W-40 Engine Oil

    Kubota L3301/L3901 Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #HH3A0-82623 (Check Price: Kubota OEM HH3A0-82623) crosses to:

    Hydraulic Fluid Recommended:

    Kubota L3301/L3901 Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #TA04093230 (Check Price: Kubota OEM Air Filter, TA040-93230) crosses to:

    Kubota L3301/L3901 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #1J800-43170 (Check Price: Kubota Fuel Filter 1J800-43170) crosses to:

    Kubota L3301/L3901 Hydrostat HST Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #HHK70-14070 (Check Price: Kubota HHK70-14070 Hydrostatic Oil Filter) crosses to:

    Kubota L3301/L3901 Filter Kit (All Filters):

    If you just want an all in one package that covers all your filters, CFKit has one that is a pretty good value. This kit uses Donaldson filters, and is often cheaper than purchasing filters separately. Here’s the best deal we could find for the kit: Full Filter Kit For Kubota L3301HST & L3901HST on Amazon


    Kubota L2501 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

    Last updated 10/18/21 The Kubota L2501 is the current #1 selling sub-compact tractor in the US, and has been since 2014 when it was first manufactured. You might be surprised to find out the Kubota L2501 oil filter you paid a premium for at the dealership is really just a Fleetguard filter with Kubota stamped on it.

    Kubota L2501 Oil Filter Cross Reference

    Just like John Deere, Kubota manufactures exactly ZERO of their own filters. Kubota and John Deere oil filters are made by Baldwin, Fleetguard, Champion and WIX; air filters are mainly made by Donaldson. Wherever Kubota or Deere can get the best deal on a particular filter to be manufactured is where they choose. I laugh inside when I hear someone say they “would never put an aftermarket filter on their Kubota”. Little do they know it came from the factory with one. The following Kubota L2501 oil filter cross reference guide will provide you with the part numbers you need to save some money (and get the same reliability and performance). It’s also important to note the aftermarket filters aren’t always cheaper than Kubota brand (usually but not always) so be sure to check prices.

    Kubota L2501 Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM Kubota HH164-32430 (Kubota HH164-32430 Filter on Amazon) crosses to:

    The Kubota L2501 oil capacity is 6 quarts of 15w40 or 10w40. The top rated oil you can use to protect your tractor is Royal Purple. It consistently outperforms Kubota, the popular Rotella T6, and even Amsoil (which is a great 2nd choice). Check out the reviews they speak for themselves: Royal Purple 10W-40 Synthetic Motor Oil 1 qt. (Case of 6) Just like filters, Kubota oil is nothing special, it’s rebranded oil from a major bulk oil manufacturer. Royal Purple or Amsoil will outperform it every time.

    Kubota L2501 Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #HH3A0-82623 (Check Price: Kubota OEM HH3A0-82623 OIL FILTER) crosses to:

    Recommended Hydraulic Fluid: OEM Kubоtа Super Udt2 Trans-Hydraulic Fluid One Gallon

    Kubota L2501 Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #TA04093230 (Check Price: Kubota OEM Air Filter, TA040-93230) crosses to:

    Kubota L2501 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #6A320-59930 (Kubota 6A320-59930 Fuel Filter on Amazon) crosses to:

    Kubota L2501 Hydrostat HST Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM Kubota #HHK70-14073 (Kubota OEM Hydrostat HST Filter HHK70-14073 on Amazon) crosses to:

    Kubota L2501 Filter Kit (All Filters):

    If the thought of all these Kubota filter cross references has your head spinning don’t worry, you aren’t alone. There are a few kits out there with all the needed filters in one package. These kits usually come with Baldwin, Donaldson and Wix filters, which are rock solid choices in our book. Here’s the best value kit we could find: Kubota L2501 H HST Tractor Filter Kit


    Don’t be fooled by deceiving videos and dealerships. Here’s how to tell fact from fiction:

    You can’t go wrong using a Fleetguard, Baldwin or Wix Filter that cross references to your OEM Kubota filter. There are plenty of YouTube videos out there (hint, Messick’s) and Kubota dealers who will tell you to only use their filters.

    Several like to take filters apart and show you how much “better” the Kubota oil filter is. Here’s a secret: if they take a Kubota oil filter and compare it cut open to a Baldwin or Wix filter but not a Fleetguard, you can bet the farm that the Kubota filter is really a Fleetguard. They won’t cut open a Fleetguard because they don’t want you to see IT’S THE SAME THING.

    The world of maintenance parts like filters, lubricants and batteries is kind of a high margin seedy place. There are very few manufacturers making lots of different brands with different labels, colors and pricing. Don’t be fooled into paying more for something that’s identical to a cheaper product.

    Mahindra 1626 & 1526 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

    Last updated 10/18/21 The Mahindra 1526 and the newer Mahindra 1626 are rock solid utility tractors that compete directly with the Kubota L2501. Mahindra is taking a bite out of Kubota’s market share with these versatile tractors. With a higher lifting capacity and an outstanding 7 year powertrain warranty, there is a lot to like about these machines. The 1526 and 1626 are very similar tractors, both using the reliable 3-cylinder Mitsubishi S3L2 29.5hp engine. Because they use the same engine and powertrain, Mahindra 1526 filter cross reference numbers are exactly the same as Mahindra 1626 filter cross reference information, so this article applies to both tractors.

    Mahindra 1526 Oil Filter Cross Reference.

    This information applies to the Mahindra 1526 and 1626 hydrostatic (HST models) as well as the gear transmission models. If you have a geared transmission simply ignore the hydrostat filter. It’s important to note that this Mahindra 1526 oil filter cross reference information does not list every possible filter that fits. We picked out a few of the most common and proven reliable filters that are direct matches for the OEM Mahindra filters. The Mitsubishi engines in these tractors are really easy to work on and will run for thousands of hours with proper maintenance. The single best thing you can do for your tractor is use a high quality oil and change it and the filter at regular intervals. This small investment will pay off by keeping your tractor running for years to come.

    Mahindra 1526/1626 Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM MAM0117 crosses to:

    There are several choices for oil filters and oil for your tractor. A common question we hear is “who makes Mahindra oil?” Just like all the other tractor manufacturers, Mahindra doesn’t make their own oil. They have the big lube oil companies make it for them and put a Mahindra label on the jug. I’ve heard rumors that Chevron is currently manufacturing their oil, but that might have changed depending on how long the contract was for.

    The point is, if you are using a high quality synthetic or synthetic blend (no matter the brand) you are using an oil equal to or better than Mahindra branded oil. There’s no reason to pay a premium for their oil when you can get a much higher spec oil like Rotella T6 Full Synthetic for around the same price. Mahindra recommends 15w40 oil in the 1526 and 1626 for everyday use, and 10w30 for winter use. The oil capacity of the 1526 and 1626 is 4.4 quarts. We recommend either using Rotella T5, a high quality synthetic blend, or upgrading to T6 full synthetic for even more protection. If you tend to stretch more hours between oil changes, a full synthetic will allow you to do that better than a blend, and much safer than a conventional oil. Rotella T5: Shell Rotella T5 Synthetic Blend 15W-40 Diesel Engine Oil (1 Gallon, Case of 3) Rotella T6: Shell Rotella T6 Full Synthetic 15W-40 Diesel Engine Oil (1-Gallon, Case of 3)

    Mahindra 1526/1626 Outer Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM 10400511200 crosses to:

    Mahindra 1526/1626 Inner Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM 19690531100 crosses to:

    Mahindra 1526/1626 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM 31A6200317 crosses to:

    Mahindra 1526/1626 Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM 19642509000 crosses to:

    Mahindra 1526/1626 Hydrostat HST Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM 19682581000 crosses to:

    • WIX WL10362

    We hope this article provides you with the Mahindra 1526 oil filter cross reference information you need to save money and find aftermarket filters easily. Keeping up on regular maintenance like changing fluids and filters will keep the engine on your tractor running for years. Thanks for reading and supporting our site!

    John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

    Last updated 10/17/21 The John Deere 1025R is quickly becoming the most widely used sub compact tractor in America. With a wide variety of available attachments and capable 1.3L Yanmar diesel engine, it’s easy to see why. This article should provide you with enough John Deere 1025R oil filter cross reference information to save some money on filters.

    John Deere has used the same Yanmar engine since the first 1025R rolled off the assembly line in 2013. This makes it easy to source aftermarket filters. It doesn’t matter what year your 1025R was manufactured, they all use the same filters. In rare situations the aftermarket filters may not be much cheaper than the John Deere filters, so we have included links to the OEM filters to compare prices.

    John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference

    John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM M806418 (John Deere OEM M806418 on Amazon) crosses to:

    The JD 1025r has an oil capacity of 2.9 quarts of 15w40 or 10w40. The best oil you can use to protect the investment in your tractor is Royal Purple. It consistently outperforms even John Deere oil (which is a great 2nd choice). Since these engines only hold about 3 quarts, it doesn’t cost too much more to upgrade to Royal Purple. Check out the reviews they speak for themselves: Royal Purple 10W-40 Synthetic Motor Oil 1 qt. (Case of 6) This case of 6 quarts will be enough for 2 oil changes. The only exception here: if you are still under 100 hours stick to the recommended JD Break-In oil.

    John Deere 1025R Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

    OEM LVA16054 (John Deere Original Hydraulic Filter LVA16054 on Amazon) crosses to:

    • Believe it or not, there are no aftermarket options for the John Deere 1025R hydraulic filter. John Deere has an exclusivity agreement with whoever is making this filter for them. Fortunately, you can pick one up on Amazon if you don’t want to pay dealer price: John Deere OEM Hydraulic Filter LVA16054

    John Deere 1025R Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 400 hours):

    OEM M131802 (John Deere M131802 on Amazon) crosses to:

    John Deere 1025R Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 400 hours):

    OEM M801101 (John Deere M801101 on Amazon) crosses to:

    John Deere 1025R Full Filter Kit LVA21035 (Check Price on Full Kit)

    If you are just looking to buy all the filters you need in one package, John Deere makes a kit with all needed filters. These kits are usually a pretty good value compared to buying OEM filters separately. Here’s the kit: John Deere Original Equipment Filter Kit LVA21035


    These John Deere 1025R filter cross reference lists by no means contain every filter that crosses with the JD OEM’s. I don’t include low quality filters that can jeopardize your engines performance or lifespan. I also don’t include some car and truck filters that may technically fit on your 1025R. It’s important to stick with the filters we list, just because a Mazda B6Y1-14-302 filter crosses to a JD OEM M806418 (it really does) doesn’t mean it is a good fit for your tractor.

    That being said, any time you see a cross reference to a WIX, Baldwin, Donaldson, Fleetguard, K&N or NAPA filter you can be sure it meets or exceeds OEM specs. John Deere has Donaldson and sometimes Champion make most of their filters, so OEM is kind of out the window already. The only thing extra you get by paying OEM dealer price is Donaldson painted a John Deere logo on the can of the filter.

    With the exception of the hydraulic filter that you will have to get at the dealer or from Amazon, using this list to buy filters online will likely save around 50% off dealer price. If saving money on filters means you will change them more frequently, your 1025R is going to last a long time. Feel free to take these John Deere 1025R oil filter part numbers into a store or simply order off our Amazon links for the brand you prefer. Thanks for reading and supporting our site!

    Bobcat T770 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

    The Bobcat T770 and T870 are two of the most popular and widely used skid steers on the market. The T770 comes in at 92hp with the T870 right at 100hp. The added horsepower of the T870 gives it a slightly higher lifting capacity. Both are extremely capable machines, and some of the best machines ever made by Bobcat. There are many of these skid steers being used today with thousands and thousands of hours on them, still running extremely well. This guide will provide you the Bobcat T770 oil filter cross reference information you need to keep yours reliably running for years to come.

    Bobcat T770 Oil Filter Cross Reference

    The T770 and T870 use many of the same filters, so this guide will apply to both machines. Be sure to double check our filter cross reference notes for the filters that vary between serial numbers of the T770. Its important to remember that Bobcat branded filters are not actually made by Bobcat. All equipment manufacturers have one of the major filter brands (Fleetguard, Donaldson, etc). Using a high quality aftermarket filter in your Bobcat can be a significant cost savings, without sacrificing any quality or reliability. On to the Bobcat T770 oil filter cross reference charts:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Engine Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 250 hours or annually for Tier 3 engines, 500 hours or annually for Tier 4):

    Tier 2 and 3 Engines: OEM Bobcat 6678233 crosses to:

    Tier 4 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7012303 crosses to:

    The engine oil capacity of the Bobcat T770 is 13.3 quarts or roughly 3.3 gallons of 15w40 or 10w30. The top rated oil for the T770 and T780 is an oil that is changed at the correct time. We can’t stress enough, the best oil for your engine is one that is clean (or relatively clean at least). Going far past the recommended hour intervals (for both oil and filters) is a bad way to spend a bunch of money replacing your engine or hydraulic system. That being said, we recommend Rotella T5 Synthetic Blend and Rotella T6 Full Synthetic. The full synthetic T6 is a little bit more money but offers a little higher grade of wear protection. If you commit to religiously changing oil and filters the T5 will do just fine as well. Here are a couple of compatible oils:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Hydraulic Charge Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Bobcat #6686926 (Check Price: Bobcat Hydraulic Charge Filter 6686926) crosses to:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Hydraulic Fill Cap Filter w/ Vent Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Bobcat #6727475 (Hydraulic Oil Vent Cap 6727475 for Bobcat T770 and T870) crosses to:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 1000 hours):

    Tier 2 and 3 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7012314 (Check Price: BOBCAT-7012314 Replacement Cartridge Hydraulic Filter) crosses to:

    Tier 4 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7248874 (BOBCAT-7248874 Replacement Cartridge Hydraulic Filter) crosses to:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Outer Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Bobcat #7286652 crosses to:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Inner Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Bobcat #7010031 crosses to:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 250 hours or annually for Tier 3 engines, 500 hours or annually for Tier 4 engines):

    Tier 2 and 3 Engines: OEM Bobcat 6667352 crosses to:

    Tier 4 Engines: OEM Bobcat 7023589 (Check Price: Bobcat 7023589 Fuel Water Separator Filter) crosses to:

    Bobcat T870 & T770 Full Filter Kit (All Filters):

    There are a few different full filter kits on the market that are usually a good value, if you just want all the filters in one package. The CFKit packages use only high quality filters from major manufacturers like Fleetguard and Donaldson. You can compare prices of these kits versus purchasing separately to see if there’s a cost saving. These Bobcat T770 filter kits are a convenient way to maintain your machine:

    Other common Bobcat T870 & T770 Parts:

    Here are a few other common parts you might find helpful:


    Kubota M7060 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

    The Kubota M7060 is one of the most popular utility tractors in the 70hp range. It is a direct competitor to the John Deere 5065E and 5075E. The M7060 excels at loader work, with it’s tight turning radius and heavy lifting capacity. There are thousands of these tractors being used daily on farms all across the country. This Kubota M7060 oil filter cross reference guide will provide you the information needed to purchase high quality aftermarket filters for your tractor.

    Kubota M7060 Oil Filter Cross Reference

    There aren’t any tractor manufacturers in the US that make their own filters. Kubota (like John Deere) pays a company like Fleetguard to manufacture a filter stamped with the Kubota brand on it. It isn’t always Fleetguard; it could be Donaldson, Wix, Baldwin, or a handful of other manufacturers. Our point is, don’t be afraid to use an aftermarket filter in your Kubota, because in reality it already is an aftermarket filter. That being said, not all aftermarket filters are created equal. We wouldn’t list a Fram filter here just because it “technically” is compatible. The Kubota M7060 filter cross reference tables below only contain part numbers that are high quality and reasonably priced.

    Kubota M7060 Engine Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

    OEM Kubota HH1C032430 (Check Price: Kubota HH1C032430 Oil Filter) crosses to:

    The engine oil capacity of the Kubota M7060 is 12.7 quarts or roughly 3.2 gallons of 15w40 or 10w30. The oils we recommend for the M7060 are Rotella T5 Synthetic Blend and Rotella T6 Full Synthetic. Kubota oil is fine, its just extremely overpriced. Kubota doesn’t make their own oil, they have one of the big oil companies put a Kubota label on their jug. If you are a person who religiously follows oil change hour intervals, a synthetic blend like Rotella T5 will work perfectly. On the other hand if you tend to go past the recommended oil change hour thresholds, we strongly recommend a full synthetic like T6. It’s a little more money, but a lot cheaper than an engine.

    Kubota M7060 Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Kubota #HHTA037710 crosses to:

    Hydraulic Fluid Recommended:

    Kubota M7060 Outer Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Kubota #5980026110 crosses to:

    Kubota M7060 Inner Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Kubota #3A11119130 (Check Price: OEM KUBOTA FILTER INNER (AIR) 3A111-19130) crosses to:

    Kubota M7060 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 500 hours or annually):

    OEM Kubota #1J800-43170 (Check Price: OEM KUBOTA FUEL FILTER 1J800-43170) crosses to:

    Kubota M7060 Full Filter Kit (All Filters):

    If the thought of all these part numbers makes your head spin, CFKit has you covered. They have an all in one package with all the filters you need to do a complete overhaul, at a great price. This kit uses high quality Donaldson, Wix and Fleetguard filters and is guaranteed to fit the M7060 perfectly: Check Price: CFKIT Full Filter Kit for Kubota M7060