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#485414 - 03/20/05 05:31 PM JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
MADMIKE Offline


Registered: 02/14/05
Posts: 646
Loc: RHODE ISLAND
DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY CROSS-REFERENCE INFORMATION FOR A JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER AM125424C? THEY APPEAR TO BE MADE BY CHAMPION LABS AND HOME DEPOT GOUGES, I MEAN CHARGES $10 FOR THEM--I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT IF I CAN PURCHASE A REPLACEMENT FILTER A LOT CHEAPER UNDER OTHER BRAND NAMES SO I NEED CROSS-REFERENCE INFORMATION. (SUPERTECH,STP,VALUECRAFT, FRAM, PUROLATOR, ETC)

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#485415 - 03/20/05 06:25 PM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
doitmyself Offline


Registered: 06/03/02
Posts: 4939
Loc: MI
Madmike'

My NAPA (WIX) catalog lists an AM125424 (no "C") cross referencing to a NAPA filter 1056. 1056 crosses over to a Purolator L35310.

If these are not common car filters, they may not be stocked at many places. A NAPA gold will run about $5 to $6.

As always, I tell everyone to confirm these numbers for yourself. Cross referencing sometimes yields mistakes.

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#485416 - 03/20/05 06:25 PM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
97 GTP Offline


Registered: 03/17/05
Posts: 856
Loc: LI, NY
Here's a list I originally found on here, I made a few revisions to.

code:
"Briggs type" 
3/4" X 16 threads 8-11 PSI Bypass
Gasket 2.734"OD 2.430"ID 0.226" thick
Length" Wix Puroltr Hastings Fram Kohler B&S Baldwin JD TEC MotorCraft AC
2.3" 57035 NA LF503 PH8170? 2805001 492932 B7165 ? 36563 NA PF1279?
2.7" 51056 L35310 LF302 PH8172 1205001 492932 B1410 AM125424 36262 NA PF2210
3.4" 51348 L10241 LF157 PH7575 5205002 491056 BT223 AM101207 ? FL793 PF53
4.8" 51516 L20195 LF134 PH3600 NA NA B243 ? ? FL400A PFL400A

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Originally posted by MADMIKE:
DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY CROSS-REFERENCE INFORMATION FOR A JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER AM125424C? THEY APPEAR TO BE MADE BY CHAMPION LABS AND HOME DEPOT GOUGES, I MEAN CHARGES $10 FOR THEM--I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT IF I CAN PURCHASE A REPLACEMENT FILTER A LOT CHEAPER UNDER OTHER BRAND NAMES SO I NEED CROSS-REFERENCE INFORMATION. (SUPERTECH,STP,VALUECRAFT, FRAM, PUROLATOR, ETC)


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#485417 - 03/21/05 08:09 AM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
MADMIKE Offline


Registered: 02/14/05
Posts: 646
Loc: RHODE ISLAND
THANKS GUYS!

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#485418 - 03/21/05 04:51 AM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
Brett Miller Offline


Registered: 09/09/03
Posts: 2636
Loc: Arizona
I use a Delco PF53 on mine.

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#485419 - 03/21/05 07:31 PM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
97 GTP Offline


Registered: 03/17/05
Posts: 856
Loc: LI, NY
I just bought a ST3614 (492932 Briggs) filter for my Craftsman. It's easier to remember to that a filter from a 95 Neon will cross to the tractor, the only difference is the length.

i found the info here and gardenweb.

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#485420 - 03/22/05 08:01 AM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
FowVay Offline


Registered: 06/02/02
Posts: 2276
Loc: Southeastern USA
My JD LX178 uses the same filter as a 1991 Geo Prizm. It crosses over to a Fram PH4386 or a ACDelco PF1234.

My engine is a Kawasaki 2-cylinder waterpumper and I don't believe it uses the same filters as the Home Depot products.

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#485421 - 03/22/05 04:11 AM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
Stooge Offline


Registered: 11/24/03
Posts: 272
Loc: Ellicott City, MD
quote:
Originally posted by 97 GTP:
I just bought a ST3614 (492932 Briggs) filter for my Craftsman. It's easier to remember to that a filter from a 95 Neon will cross to the tractor, the only difference is the length.

i found the info here and gardenweb.

The Motorcraft FL 400S will fit!! Longer than the 3614 and with a "real" bypass valve up front. Funny thing, the same filters fit my Toyota Tundra's V8 - so I only have to purchase one filter size for the truck and tractor [Smile] !!

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#485422 - 03/23/05 05:25 AM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
Razl Offline


Registered: 05/18/04
Posts: 709
Loc: CT
quote:
Originally posted by Brett Miller:
I use a Delco PF53 on mine.

Hey, me too. This is the same size as my Saab so it's a coincidental convenience [Big Grin]

The bypass relief is higher than the JD filter but I haven't experienced any problems or oil pressure changes.

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#485423 - 04/04/05 08:46 PM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
MADMIKE Offline


Registered: 02/14/05
Posts: 646
Loc: RHODE ISLAND
Are these direct cross-references from a catalog or are you guessing based on filter dimensions? I'm just wondering why the ST 3614 does not come up as a cross reference in any of the catalogs or the Motorcraft---is there any danger in using these instead of the direct cross referenced filters from the chart above which I have confirmed? Thanks!

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#485424 - 05/04/05 07:21 PM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
97 GTP Offline


Registered: 03/17/05
Posts: 856
Loc: LI, NY
Some of the cross references take a little more work. The 3614 cross to a fram based on gasket, can size and bypass. Some of the above cross references can't be found on automotive shelfs which negates the purpose.

I just look up a 95 Dodge Neon, that's my cross and easy to remember.

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#485425 - 05/09/05 06:01 AM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
segfault Offline


Registered: 09/18/02
Posts: 190
Loc: KY
I am late to the party, judging from the date of the original post, but you might try a John Deere tractor dealership for the filters. My experience is that the Deere mowers themselves are expensive, but service and especially parts are cheap.

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#485426 - 05/09/05 06:20 AM Re: JOHN DEERE OIL FILTER CROSS REFERENCE
Bror Jace Offline


Registered: 05/27/02
Posts: 4975
Loc: Saratoga, NY
"My experience is that the Deere mowers themselves are expensive, but service and especially parts are cheap."

I guess that varies from dealer to dealer. The dealer close to me is quite expensive. [Frown]

What would you consider 'cheap' for a John Deere brand oil filter? I can't imagine it would be around $2-4.

--- Bror Jace

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