John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

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.

John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference

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

OEM M806418 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 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 crosses to:

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

OEM M801101 crosses to:


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!

Leave a Comment