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I used a oil filter remover clap but filter bent in, i can't get it off. what other solution can i use to get it off?

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I believe you are talking about the oil filter removal tool that looks like a small half-cup? If so, they are always getting stuck on the filter. Easiest way I know of is to hold the filter and then gently tapping the edge of the tool with a hammer. It should come off with just a few light taps.

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