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Why buy John Deere replacement filters? Genuine John Deere parts for application-specific design.

Comparison below is of John Deere filters against comparable competitive filters (filters not manufactured by John Deere, but sold to fit the same equipment).

John Deere Filter

John Deere filter comparison

Competitive Filter

Competitive filter comparison

FeaturesJohn Deere FilterCompetitive Filter
Resistance to Flow (A): Large inlet holes to accommodate flow at -17 degrees Celsius. Small inlet holes.
Meets John Deere's flow specification. Unknown
Life and Efficiency Performance (B): Filter media has mean pore size of .013 millimetres (13 microns) and a minimum of 1432 square centimetres (222 square inches) of filtering area. Only 793 square centimetres (123 square inches) of filtering area.
Meets John Deere's life and efficiency specifications. Unknown
Internal Bypassing (C): Internal seals are rubber to steel. Some manufacturers use rubber to paper and paper to metal. Poor mating surface combinations.
Meets John Deere's specification of no internal bypassing. Unknown
Element Assembly (D): Metal end cap with filter media fully potted in plastisol for complete seal and filtering integrity. Some manufacturers use paper ends that are glued to the filter media - end caps can then collapse.
Meets John Deere's element assembly integrity specification. Unknown
Hydrostatic Burst Strength: Under extreme oil pressure, canister remains intact. Unknown
Meets John Deere's hydrostatic burst specification. Unknown