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Rubber boot clamps loosening

I did the CCV mod/AIS intake on last monday.Yesterday i decided to check the tightness of the 4 wormgear clamps on my rubber boots.Two of them had loosened up noticeably.Not sliding around,but still.The two that loosened up are the ones that have a groove in them for a rubber tab.Should these be replaced,or is there a way to keep them tight.(Without using threadlocker.) Thanks!

P.S. The two airbox lid clamps nearest the brake booster seem to be less tight than the ones on the battery side.Any AIS users have this problem?Thanks again!

2000 F-350 Dually.Foil Delete.Muffler Delete.Ford Severe Duty AIS.CCV mod.Coolant Filter.DiPricol Gauges.2" front leveling kit.19.5" American Force rims with 245 series tires.
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