Cub Cadet manufactures self-propelled mowers and riding mowers. According to the Cub Cadet website, riding mowers require oil filters, while self-propelled mowers do not. Riding series Cub Cadet mowers require an oil filter replacement every 50 hours of use. Cub Cadet mowers are installed with engines of varying manufacturers. Therefore, oil filter types vary depending on the model of mower. All model engines are manufactured for easy spin-on/spin-off oil filter installation.
The KH-52-050-02 oil filter fits the RZT 42 Cub Cadet model riding mower. This model of riding mower features a 20 HP professional-grade Kohler Courage OHV engine.
The BS-696854 oil filter fits the RZT 50 VT Cub Cadet model riding mower. This model of riding mower feature a 26 HP Professional Series V-Twin Briggs & Stratton engine.
The KM-49065-2078 oil filter fits the Cub Cadet model RZT 50 and RZT 52 riding mowers. These riding mower models feature a 22 HP and 24 HP professional grade Kawasaki V-Twin OHV engine, respectively.
The KH-12-050-01-S oil filter fits all Cub Cadet Z-Force models, including Z-Force 44, Z-Force 48, and Z-Force 54 riding mowers. These riding mower models feature a 20 HP, a 22 HP, and a 23 HP Kohler Courage V-Twin OHV engine, respectively.
The KM-49065-7006 oil filter fits Cub Cadet Z-Force S 48, Z-Force S 48 LP, Z-Force S 60, and Z-Force S 60 LP riding mower models. The Z-Force S 48 and Z-Force S 60 models feature a 22 HP and 26 HP Kawasaki FR Series V-Twin engine, respectively. The Z-Force LP models feature a 726cc Liquid Propane Powered Kawasaki FR Series V-Twin engine.
Darci Pauser began writing in 2001. Her work has been featured in publications such as the "UC Berkeley Undergraduate Journal," Indybay and the West Texas Weekly. Pauser holds a certificate in sustainable agriculture from California's Green String Institute and a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley.