I recently ordered new radiator hoses and clamps from an online OE parts source. All the parts were the same as original except for the hose clamp where is attaches to the top radiator inlet. Instead of being a spring clamp it supersceded to a worm drive clamp. Anyone know why? I prefer the spring clamps over the worm clamps because: 1) they expand and contract along with the hose and whatever the hose is attached to. 2) they don't require that you tighten them periodically. 3) they don't destroy the hose like the worm clamps do. If I can't buy the correct clamp from Chrysler anymore, where can I get the old clamp? Maybe too many mechanics complained about the clamp being a PITA to remove and install in that location?