John Deere 790 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

The John Deere 790 is one of the most solid and reliable utility tractors ever made. With minimal electronics, no computers, and no emission systems, there is very little to go wrong on these tractors. There is a reason that these tractors in good condition sell for as much or more than they did when they were new. The John Deere 790 tractor was manufactured from 1999-2007. This is one of those rare tractors that will probably still be used 50 years after it was first manufactured, much like the 4020. Using our John Deere 790 oil filter cross reference info to properly maintain your tractor will ensure it will stay running great for years.

John Deere 790 Oil Filter Cross Reference

The 790 is equipped with a rock solid 27hp Yanmar 3-cylinder diesel engine that is easy to work on. This engine has been proven to run for thousands and thousands of hours if given the proper maintenance. Cleaning/changing the air filter and regular oil and filter changes are the two most important things you can do to maintain your 790. Changing the oil and filters not only saves money on dealer labor charges, but you can save a ton on the cost of filters. The John Deere 790 filter cross reference info we provide below will allow you to easily find aftermarket filters to maintain your tractor.

John Deere 790 Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

OEM M806419 (John Deere OEM M806419 on Amazon) crosses to:

The oil capacity of the John Deere 790 is 4.2qt of 10w40 or 15w-40 diesel engine oil. John Deere oil is pretty good, but it’s also expensive, and they don’t make their own. The big lube oil companies (Shell, Mobil 1, etc) make oil under contract for JD and stamp the logo on the bottle. In our opinion you can get oil that is tested to even higher specs than John Deere for a similar price, or sometimes cheaper.

For this engine we recommend a high quality synthetic blend or full synthetic oil. If you switch from conventional oil in these Yanmar engines you will be shocked with how much cleaner the oil is when you change it. If you decide to spend a little more on full synthetic you can safely go a little longer between oil changes. Either option is a good choice. 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)

John Deere 790 Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

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

INNER: OEM John Deere M131803 (John Deere OEM M131803) crosses to:

John Deere 790 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 400 hours or annually):

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

John Deere 790 Transmission/Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

OEM RE27284 (John Deere OEM RE27284 on Amazon) crosses to:

John Deere 790 Oil Change Kit(John Deere Filter and Oil):

John Deere 790 Oil and Filter Pack: John Deere Original Equipment Oil Change Kit Filter and Oil – (1) M806419 + (6) Quarts 15W-40

  • Includes an OEM JD M806419 Oil Filter, and 6 quarts of John Deere 15w40 oil

This kit is a pretty good value if you just need an oil change. Although you can buy an OEM filter and non John Deere branded oil cheaper, this kit is great for the convenience factor. You will have extra oil left over, make sure not to overfill if using this kit.

Hopefully this article provided you with enough John Deere 790 oil filter cross reference information to save some money while maintaining your tractor. Take care of that 790 by keeping up on oil and filter changes and it will pay you back by running great for years.

John Deere Oil Filter Cross Reference Database

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….

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: 

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.

John Deere X300 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

The John Deere X300 series mowers are some of the most popular mowers of all time. Manufactured from 2006 to 2015 and available from a wide range of retailers, there are tons of these machines in use today. Paired with an extremely reliable 17hp air cooled Kawasaki engine, this mower is built to last. With very few complicated systems, the X300 is very easy to work on and maintain. This article will provide you with the John Deere X300 oil filter cross reference information you need to keep your mower running for years to come.

X300 Oil Filter Cross Reference

There were several variants of the X300, like the X300R or X304 (with 4 wheel steering). Some of these variants used different Kawasaki engines, but luckily most filters stay the same no matter the engine. The exception to this is the air filter, so be sure to double check you are clicking the X300 air filter cross reference to the correct engine number. Now that that is out of the way let’s dive into the John Deere X300 filter cross reference information:

John Deere X300 Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 100 hours or annually):

OEM AM107423 or AM101001 or AM105555 or AW26806 crosses to:

The John Deere X300 mower holds 1.8 quarts of either 10W-30 or 10W-40 oil. It is really important to not overfill these engines, and having a capacity of 1.8 quarts makes it easy to overfill when using quart bottles. It’s easy to forget and pour in a full bottle on the second quart, so make sure to pay attention. These Kawasaki engines aren’t too picky on oil, the manual states to use either 10W-30 or 10W-40. The standard John Deere oil is ok, but Royal Purple is much better for about the same price. Since the oil capacity is under 2 quarts it’s pretty inexpensive to use a premium oil like Royal Purple. I recommend either paying a little more for Royal Purple or going with a cheaper oil like Mobil 1 Advanced, which is going to be pretty similar in performance to the Deere oil. Here’s a link to check prices on Royal Purple quart bottles: Royal Purple 10W30 Synthetic Oil, 1 Quart

John Deere X300 Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

OEM John Deere MIU12555 for FS541V and FS600V engines crosses to:

OEM John Deere MIU10999 for FH491V engines crosses to:

John Deere X300 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours or annually):

OEM AM116304 or AM116178 or M147272 crosses to:

John Deere X300 Full Maintenance Kits (All Filters and Oil):

X300, X300R, and X304 with FS541V or Engine FS600V: John Deere LG265, John Deere Home Maintenance Kit – LG265

X300, X300R, and X304 with FH491V John Deere LG265 John Deere LG256 John Deere Original Equipment Filter Kit LG256

These maintenance kits are a pretty good value if you just want to buy everything at once in a kit. Just make sure to double check which engine you have when selecting between the two kits. If you just want an easy way to get the required maintenance done without cross referencing this is a great option.

We have to mention that these lists by no means cover every possible X300 filter cross reference, there are hundreds of different filters that are matches for crosses. The filters we listed are from brands we trust have proven to be as good or better than the John Deere equivalents. In many cases, brands like Wix actually make the filters and stamp a John Deere name on the can.

We hope this article has saved you some time in your search for John Deere X300 filter cross reference information, and hopefully by using these links you can save some money. The time and money you put into maintaining your X300 will pay dividends by extending the life of your mower. Thanks for reading and supporting our site!

John Deere 318 Oil Filter Cross Reference Info

The John Deere 318 is one of the most popular garden tractors of all time, and undoubtedly one of the best that’s ever been built. The 318 was manufactured from 1983 to 1992, and there is still many thousands of them out there working perfectly. They are bulletproof and easy to work on, which makes the JD 318 a sought after machine even today. This article will provide you with John Deere 318 oil filter cross reference information to save money on filters.

John Deere 318 Oil Filter Cross Reference Information

The JD 318 is equipped with a capable 18hp Onan engine, coupled with an extremely reliable shaft driven Sundstrand hydrostatic transmission. This combo proved to be one of the most reliable power and drivetrains ever for lawn mowers. Since this machine was so popular, it is really easy to find affordable aftermarket filters and parts, so let’s get into the John Deere 318 oil filter cross reference data:

John Deere 318 Oil Filter Cross Reference (Every 50 to 100 hours or annually):

OEM AM101207 crosses to:

The John Deere 318 holds 1.75 quarts of 15w40 oil. The standard John Deere 15w40 oil you can get from the dealership isn’t bad. That being said, you can get a gallon jug (which will do 2 oil changes) of Royal Purple oil for about the same cost (check current price: Royal Purple 15W40 Oil One Gallon) as buying quarts from John Deere. Royal Purple is consistently at the top of most oil comparison tests. Shell Rotella T4 or T5 are also very comparable in performance to John Deere oil and are usually a bit cheaper.

John Deere 318 Air Filter Cross Reference (Every 100 hours or annually):

OEM HE1402628 or AM106953 crosses to:

John Deere 318 Fuel Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

OEM AM104639 or AM116178 or AM116304 crosses to:

John Deere 318 Hydro Filter Cross Reference (Every 200 hours):

OEM AM39653 crosses to:

This list does not contain every John Deere 318 filter cross reference that is possible, there are hundreds of crosses for these filters. But the filters we list here are proven reliable for years and readily available. Through years of using aftermarket filters on John Deere machines; I trust WIX, Baldwin, K&N and Donaldson just as much as any OEM filter.

I included some Fram listings because I understand, sometimes it’s a Sunday night and you need a filter and Walmart is the only place open. I get it. In my opinion a clean Fram is infinitely better than an overdue OEM filter, but if you can, plan ahead and get a higher quality filter.

A John Deere 318 with consistent oil and filter changes will last a long time. I’ve found that if you can save money on filters, you don’t put off changing them. Be sure to check the prices on our links, Amazon changes prices frequently and sometimes you can get discounts on buying packs of multiple filters at once. We hope this article provides you with enough John Deere 318 filter cross reference information to save money, whether that’s through Amazon or your local store. Thanks for reading and supporting our site!