John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

Last updated 10/19/23 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 3TNV80 diesel engine, it’s easy to see why. Even though this engine isn’t made by John Deere itself, it has been proven to be a reliable workhorse. This article should provide you with enough John Deere 1025R filter cross reference information to easily find aftermarket replacements to the OEM JD filters. It’s been a long standing myth that using aftermarket filters voids your warranty. This is 100% false and actually illegal under the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act of 1975.

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. The goal of this guide is to provide the John Deere 1025R filter cross reference information needed to successfully maintain your tractor.

John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference

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

OEM: John Deere Engine Oil Part #: M806418 (Check Price) crosses to:

John Deere 1025R Engine Oil Capcity: 2.9 qts

There are several different oil viscosities that are compatible with this tractor. It really comes down to determining the temperature range you will be operating in. We recommend staying away oils like 10w30 due to poor performance above 70*F. Here’s a summary of the best types of oil to use in your 1025R based on climate:

  • Outdoor Temperatures Always Above 0* F: Synthetic 15w40
  • Outdoor Temperatures Always Above -20* F: Synthetic 5w40
  • Outdoor Temperatures Always Above -40* F: Synthetic 0w40

Check Price: Shell Rotella T6 Full Synthetic 15W-40 Diesel Engine Oil (1-Gallon, Case of 3)

Mobil 1 Delvac ESP 5W-40 Full Synthetic Diesel Engine Oil (1-Gallon)

John Deere Original Equipment Plus-50 II SAE 0W-40 – TY26664 (1-Gallon)

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

OEM: John Deere Hydraulic Filter Part #: LVA16054 (Check Price) crosses to:

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

OEM: John Deere Air Filter Part #: M131802 (Check Price) crosses to:

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

OEM: John Deere Fuel Filter Part #: M801101 (Check Price) crosses to:

John Deere 1025R Full Filter Kit LVA21035

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, WIX and sometimes Champion make most of their filters, so OEM is kind of out the window already.

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!

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5 thoughts on “John Deere 1025R Oil Filter Cross Reference Info”

  1. I need a cup filter wrench that will fit the end of the ORIGINAL oil filter on the Yanmar engine for the 1025R. It is an odd size and we have had no luck in finding one that fits. It is froze on and will not wrench off with strap wrenches. The new replacement filter we bought is an usual size that fits a common fluted wrench. The original filter is a little bigger in diameter and fits nothing we can find. What is the size in millimeters is the ORIGINAL oil filter from Yanmar? Anybody please?

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  2. The filter wwrench that has 3 fingers that close on the filter can, with more pressure the harder you pull on whatever you have attached to it. Most are made for 3/8″ drive extension or breaker bar or ratchet. There are two sizes that cover from smallest screw-on to larger automotive sizes. They are really the best, and can fit in tight close areas.

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  3. Great useful info, TYVM. To figure out what the OEM hydraulic filter is will require reverse engineering the filter size, flow characteristics, and filter material. Anything Deere does will be very similar to the filters for other tractors with similar sized hydraulic systems. There are only two types of gaskets for spin on filters, either should do for this purpose. A micrometer and thread gauge will give the size of the stud. The flow pressure needs to be determined. That leaves only the filter material. So finding what filter material the other tractor manufacturers specify (and, perhaps, if there is a magnet in the filter) is all that would be left to do.
    Best to You!

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