Replaced Radiator, now it's leaking!!!

I have a 1994 Civic DX. I had a crack in the top tank of the radiator, so I replaced the radiator, both hoses, all four clamps, and the radiator cap. I kept the overflow tank and overflow hose. It was a
really easy replacement, but the bottom hose at the radiator started leaking. A lot. So, I drained it again, pulled it out, took off the hose, and reclamped the hose back on tighter. Still leaked. Pulled it out AGAIN, and reclamped as tight as I could. Now, I'm not feeling any leakage when I put my hand at the bottom hose, but I still smell hot antifreeze very strongly, and the tank is not up to the top of the neck most of the time when I check it cold. I'm assuming the bottom hose is still leaking, but I can't possibly clamp it tighter. Is there a trick to this?? I made extra certain that the hose is clamped between the ridge and the tank.Thanks for the help.
Nate
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pressure test your radiator to see where leak is exactly coming from,,, if it is still at bottom hose put a new honda lower radiator hose
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