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    Don't Risk It - John Deere OEM Filters

    If you wondered what Deere thought about aftermarket filters, wonder no more.

    Off-brand filters simply won’t cut it. They weren’t designed for long days of tough field work. Don’t risk your machine’s performance to the neighborhood parts store, or even national auto parts brands. If you want high performance you can depend on, go with John Deere OEM filters, and leave those other filters for your car.

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    IIRC, deere filters are made by champion labs. They shouldn't be much different from a wix, which you can get at napa under the napa gold brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    If you wondered what Deere thought about aftermarket filters, wonder no more.



    What did you expect the OEM to say? Especially since they have the most $ to make or loose if they remain moot on the subject.

    Every OEM in its equipment manual recommends their own house label of parts, filters, oil, fluids and lube. From automotive to farm machinery to homeowner power equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    IIRC, deere filters are made by champion labs. They shouldn't be much different from a wix, which you can get at napa under the napa gold brand.
    Donaldson makes some of the air filters as well, while a great quality filter-there are others in the marketplace, Donaldson (non deere labeled) that can be had for less and perform as well.
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    A movie theatre doesn’t make its money big money off of the movie, the money is in the food. Same with JD. They do make money off of tractors sales, but I bet servicing these tractors makes them more. They are never going to support anything but their own products. Oil, hydraulic fluid, filters, green spray paint, and everything else you walk through to get to the parts counter. It’s their cash cow.
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    The amusing part for me was
    leave those other filters for your car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    If you wondered what Deere thought about aftermarket filters, wonder no more.



    The California Surfer Dude filter Sorry California Members if I insulted You But I had a lot of southern California Soldiers underneath me in the Military that talked just like that filter
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    One of my good buddies in Iraq talked like that. He was an awesome soldier. But he did talk like that filter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    The amusing part for me was
    I wouldn't even use a cheep crap filter for my vehicle.
    I usually use the factory filters on everything I own. If I bought any aftermarket filters I got the top of the line model. Last filter that I bought for my Jeep was a Mopar. All the good aftermarket filters were about $5 more. The parts store had sale on 5 quarts of oil and filter for a good price. However the filter you had to get was made in China. So I passed on it.
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    I found this on youTube. He talks about the price of OEM and the others not sure but have others checked prices? then how about the quality?
    I may pay more but sleep well at night. I use all OEM filters for my car, truck, and tractor.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7RfvzCiNsE&t=3s


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