you could also take the number off it, look it up and see if its a screw type. Worse case a makeshift filter remover - use an old bust serpentine (v can work), push thru a crescent wrench with a tight fit.. try snag it tight enough and use the ring side to lock the rubber and twist it off.
otherwise u can buy one, theyre cheap
.. i would avoid plastic ones, they have a tendency to break. cheap
metal ones are much better -
they come in many shapes and sizes
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