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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by bob, Jul 22, 2001.
I need a cross reference # for a John Deere oil filter # AM107423.
What filter manufacturer do you want to cross reference to????
Fram, Puralator, AC Delco. Any fliter that I can buy will do. I should have also mentioned that its for a 10HP Kawasaki engine.
STP S4967, Fram PH4967 fits my John Deere's with 14hp Kawasaki, 17hp Kawasaki, and a push mower 6hp Kawasaki. I don't know what a 10hp Kawasaki looks like, but it may be same.
Same filter as some Toyota Corolla cars.
Good idea- why pay $8.00 to John Deere for a filter that FRAM probably makes for JD anyway. Just make sure you have the correct cross reference- just because it threads on doesn't mean it is the right filter. It needs to have the correct drainback properties. NAPA is a good source for cross-references.
Albemarle Lawn wrote:
FRAM probably makes for JD anyway
Fram doesn't make their own oil filters, why would they make someone else's?
Check out this thread about Kawasaki engines and oil filters
And don't forget to check out this web page:
Buy anything but a "FRAM". Use Wix, NAPA Gold, Purolator, K&N,. Fram makes the worst filter on the market.
I hate to knock a mfg. and I used to use Fram for everything I have (truck, jeep, lawn equip., etc.). But found out how they are made and stopped.
You can visit Purolator's web site and use their cross-reference to find their filter.
JD part # AM107423 cross references to a WIX # 51394
purolater 4476 or 4477 the difference is the length. They are for a
4 cylinder Toyota
for the 20 hp kaw's they take a fram ph3614 or a filter for a dodge dakota with the 3.9
The cross referenced filter # is WIX 51394 . Simply go to wixfilters.com for all your filter needs.