Filters and Spark Plugs For Briggs & Stratton Tractor Engines

Here is a quick list of Oil, Oil Filters, Air Filters, Fuel Filters and Spark Plugs for the current Briggs & Stratton Lawn Tractor Engines. This includes the John Deere 100 Series, Briggs Intek, Briggs Intek Plus, Briggs Pro, Craftsman Gold, Craftsman Platinum and Husqvarna Endurance engines.

Oil Filter Note: When in doubt always use the Yellow Filter. Do Not use the black filter with the yellow label on a full-pressure engine. In general only use the Black Filter on the Craftsman Gold and Briggs Intek series. Use the yellow filters for all other Briggs & Stratton lawn tractor engines.

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Filters and Spark Plugs For Briggs & Stratton Tractor Engines

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Shayne
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Appreciate the link paul!
As always you have been alot of help.
Not only can i get the filter, but both deck belts,all 3 blades,fuel filter,spark plugs and the bumper.

Shayne
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paul i just picked up a 2001 Huskee gt ( yea first non craftsman ive ever owned)
It has a briggs 21 hp ohv twin v engine with pressure lube and filter.
The filter listed on the manual is the black with yellow stripe filter.
But can i upgrade to the yellow briggs filter?
And what pn would it be if i can

Gil
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Paul, just a quick update. Sears came out looked at it and said he didn’t have a switch with him. He called in and I had him ship it straight to me. I received it in a couple of days, installed it and was back up and running. The list price was around $350 for the switch! Of course this was warranty so no charge and was all very easy and painless. If I had to load it and take it somewhere it would have been a real pain. Nice setup with the Sears warranty.

Gil
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Thanks Paul. I think I’ll play it safe and use the correct filter. Not a big money difference and too much to risk. By the way I love my Craftsman garden tractor,54 ” deck, but I just had a problem this week with the complete start. The start button is not working. It lights up but doesn’t accept input..makes a click but doesn’t register. Called Sears and they are sending a tech tomorrow. Hopefully just an oddity. Thanks again.

Gil
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Hi Paul. I really enjoy your site and have learned a lot. I actually purchased the Craftsman Garden Tractor based on your reviews. I didn’t realize at the time that you made money if I went through your links so I am trying to make sure anything else I purchase goes through you if possible. Anyhow, the last time I was in the local auto parts store the salesman said he could save me some money on oil filters by cross referencing it into say a fram or purolator he had in stock. What are your thoughts on that?

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