What I did was bend some coat hangers to roughly the shape i needed and went up to the parts store and compared them with the wall of hoses. I am not near my car right now otherwise I would give you the part numbers I used.
I just used a 98' Z28 Camaro Lower hose and with a little trim it fit ok..! don't recall that number but it was Goodyear hose..
The upper I also used a Goodyear, #26347x but added another hose of the same size in just a 90 Elbow to push the hose away from my CAI tubing. Else it would have worked without the 2nd piece added. I think it was also a 98' Z28 Camaro hose..?
__________________ 71' Chevelle, 99 LS1/Viper T56,Full Hotchkis TVS,Custom Cowl Induction CAI
84' Z-28 350/T5
88' C4 Coupe L98/A4 71' Nova - LS1/4L60E , Full Hotchkis TVS Suspension
79' G-30 SWB 4X4 Van, 400cid / TH350 NP205
48' Ford F-1 1/2 Ton Truck, Stock 6cyc/3sp
Stock Tahoe upper and lowers fit my car just fine. I am using the truck water pump though... Maybe cutting a upper truck hose? Lower should work. Parts store, ask for a lower rad hose for a 2004 Chev 1500
72 Chevelle. 9.55@144mph(old combo, 6.0) New combo: 370 AMS(k1 crank/rods, JE pistons, Lil jon Stage III cam), Billet S484, Ron Davis Intercooler Core, Hutch built th400 w/brake, PTC converter, 12 bolt w/3:42 gears, C6 Z06 brakes, Boost/pulse Leash
Visualize your set-up from radiator to engine. Make a few measurements & write them down. Go down to NAPA or other, tell them you're doing a swap and need to pick out hoses for your application -- then go cross-eyed looking at the 100's of hoses hanging on their wall. We used several different hoses, spliced together for our swap. Works good!