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I thought i saw one on her and did a search for it but i could not find it. Does anyone have a cross reference chart for oil filters that can be used in place of the John Deere ones?

I know i should use the JD part and i plan on it, it is just info i need.
 

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Don't feel bad... I'm a big Deere fan, but I'm not saying that they make the best filter and/or oil -- Others will certainly work and work just fine if you need/want to use them. What machine are you looking for a filter for?
 

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it is a debate my dad and i have been having. I would like to use a wix filter but i do not want to void my warranty and make sure the oil bypass release at the same pressure as the deere filter.

I have an x700 and he has an x500.
 

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I just looked up the Hydro Filter for my 317, $9.99 at local JD Dealer. Crossed to Wix/NAPA and it is $11.99. I will stick with the JD Brand I believe. They have worked all these years, so why change? IMO:trink40:
Note: If the JD Filter has a by-pass I don't know, but the Wix and NAPA doesn't have a by-pass in my Filter Number.
 

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i thought all oil filters in the canister version had bypasses encase there was a clog?
Sounds like we need someone to cut open a few filters and see what's inside each brand. I'm sure with the Christmas break and little snow there should be someone with a few spare moments - Any volunteers???

If you need a quick filter for the X500, Mobil 1 M1-103, Wix 51394 (aka NAPA 1394), Purolator L14476, and a F**m 4967 all substitute for the JD AM107423. Not that it means anything, but shine a light into the JD and the Mobil 1 and they have the same piece inside... Deere doesn't make their filters, someone else does.
 

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I found a cross reference for my 2320 to a Mobil 1 filter but the JD filter was a LOT cheaper, so that is the way i went.. I also found a FleetGuard cross, but it was 2x as expensive as the Mobil.. I am assuming there had to be something different with the FG that I didnt realize..

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i thought all oil filters in the canister version had bypasses encase there was a clog?
Don't know but it says none for by pass valve setting psi, and if it had a bypass valve it would have a setting I would think??? This is the Wix Cross for JD Hydro Filter.
zoom Part Number: 51410

UPC Number: 765809514102

Principal Application: Ariens, Bolen, Case, IHC, John Deere, Kohler, Toro, Other
All Applications

Style: Spin-On Hydraulic Filter

Service: Hydraulic

Type: Full Flow

Media: Paper

Height: 3.790

Outer Diameter Top: 3.660


Outer Diameter Bottom: Closed Thread Size: 3/4-16

By-Pass Valve Setting-PSI: None


Beta Ratio: 2/20=6/20 Burst Pressure-PSI: 325


Max Flow Rate: 7-9 GPM


Nominal Micron Rating: 21
 
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