Kubota L2501 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

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 crosses to:

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

OEM Kubota #TA04093230 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.

Kubota B7100 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

The Kubota B7100 and B7100HST were some of the most popular utility tractors of their time, manufactured from 1976 all the way to 1997. They used the same D750-A 3 cylinder diesel engine for all 21 years of production, which makes it easy to find filters. This guide will provide Kubota B7100 oil filter cross reference information as well as air and fuel filter cross references.

Kubota B7100 Filter Cross References

Engine Oil Filter:

OEM Kubota Part # HH150-32094 (Kubota HH150-32094 Oil Filter on Amazon) Crosses to:

Kubota recommendeds 4.0 quarts of 10w30 oil in the B7100 and B7100 HST. As always, Royal Purple is the highest quality diesel oil available (check out the reviews: Royal Purple 51130 SAE 10W-30 High Performance Synthetic Motor Oil – 5 qt.), but it is slightly more expensive. A cheaper option that is highly recommended by Kubota owners is Rotella T5 Synthetic blend: Shell Rotella T5 10W-30 Diesel Engine Oil (1-Gallom)

Air Filter:

OEM Kubota Air Filter # 70000-11221 (Kubota 70000-11221 Air Filter on Amazon) crosses to:

Fuel Filter:

OEM Kubota Fuel Filter # 1T021-43560 (KUBOTA OEM 1T021-43560 on Amazon) or 15231-43560 crosses to:

Kubota B7100 OEM Full Filter and Oil Kit (Check Price)

If you are looking for an easy way to get all your Kubota B7100 filters and oil in one package, Kubota makes a full maintenance kit that is a pretty good value. These kits are perfect for end or beginning of season maintenance when you need to change all the filters at the same time. Here’s the best price we could find on the Kubota brand kit: OEM Kubota B7100 Full Filter and Oil Kit


Remember to buy several of each filter, because having extra filters on hand makes it tougher to make an excuse to put off changing them when you should. As you can see from the above lists, you don’t have to buy Kubota brand filters for your B7100. WIX, Baldwin and NAPA filters are identical in performance to OEM Kubota products, and cheaper. Fram is slightly inferior to OEM but still perfectly adequate. We hope this guide provided enough Kubota B7100 oil filter cross reference information to help you keep your tractor running for years to come. Thanks for reading and feel free to contact us with any questions.