There is essentially ONE world source for the 'resinated filter paper' used in engine oil filters.
Engine manufacturers dont make oil filters, they typically buy from the filter 'packagers' who 'private brand' the 'externals' for the engine manufacturers. The least amount of 'middle men' involved, the less the purchase cost.
There is an ongoing problem with 'gaskets' these days as the old 'standby' neoprene / BUNA gasket material is not totally compatible with the new blends of oil especially if the oil has 'reclaim' oil in it. The probable best practice at this time with spin-on filters is:
1. thoroughly CLEAN the sealing surfaces on the engine filter body
2. LUBRICATE the gasket with oil ... pull the gasket out of spin-on filter and 'oil' all surfaces including the BARE 'gasket groove'.
3. Buy an oil filter 'strap wrench' and increase the recommended 'amount of hand-tight turns' after 'contact' ... you'll need that strap-wrench to get the filter 'off'.
4. If the 'old' gasket appears 'softened' or swollen (deformed due to 'compression') ... change back to the engine manufacturer's RECOMMENDED oil blend ... or contact the engine manufacturer to get their 'current' recommendation for the 'gasket' material.
For 'auto parts store' equivalents:
Example: WIX Filters - Products Catalog Home
--->filter lookup ---> off highway --->marine ---> Engine mfg. ---> part no. or model no.
Most of the 'filter builders' have such 'filter look-ups'.
I have no commercial interest in Wix, but they are very common in the east coast auto parts shops, and very well made, at quite reasonable prices.
BTW - Ive been deeply involved for the past 35+ years in 'filtration engineering'. I avoid 'asian made' filters.
Other Cautions relating to so-called bio-fuels made from 'reclaim' -- be very careful with your filter 'gaskets' and o-rings as there is a lot of skull-duggery going on and if the fuel has more than 5%-10% of 'reclaim', you can have stupendous 'gasket incompatibility' problems especially when the reclaimers and their distributors are 'dishonest', etc. and there is too much 'oleic acid', etc. in the 'blend'. If you use this 'stuff', be sure to constantly monitor your fuel line filters for 'leakage'.