I have a JD L120 mower. JD or Briggs want $10 for an oil filter. An
oil filter for my car costs about $3. So, does there exist a
cross-reference so a person could use a sensibly priced $3 oil filter
(albeit not bearing the JD or Briggs logos but that's OK!) for there
On Mon, 04 Apr 2005 02:40:41 +0000, Srgnt Billko wrote:
Napa has the filter for my toro for about 5 bucks. I'd suggest that you
take all the numbers you can find on the filter and give them to the napa
guy and see what he has. The filter will be cheaper and most likely of
On 4/8/05 2:36 PM, in article
3bA5e.5626$ email@example.com, "Ralph Mowery"
You should be able to cross reference your filter at a local auto parts
dealer. I got a cross reference to a Craftsman filter after getting the
parts numbers recently. A year or so ago, my local Cub dealer told me that
their part numbers cross reference with with Craftsman filters.
After the Craftsman filters went to $10 a pop, I decided to switch to Mobil1
filters. They filter 95% and cost same.
Oil filters and the oil (highly recommend synthetic) you use will go a long
way to give extra insurance that your engine won't break down and give you
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