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    Hose from radiator to throttle body

    Anyone have the GM part number or aftermarket numbers for it? I know I could bypass, but I live in Michigan and drive year round. The hose seems to be tapered, a larger opening at the radiator end, smaller on the throttle body end.

    Currently have a franken-hose on it now, 2 pieces of hose, plastic adapter, and 4 worm clamps. Looks like shit and I don't trust it to hold.

    Thanks.

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    I doubt you will find that part anymore. Sorry I can't be of any help. The factory set up was pretty much what you have with out the adaptor. Just a piece of hose with spring clamps from the steam tube to the throttle body, and another to the rad. If you want to get creative you could replace the longer hose with some formed stainless tubing with flared ends for the rubber hose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matto4785 View Post
    Anyone have the GM part number or aftermarket numbers for it? I know I could bypass, but I live in Michigan and drive year round. The hose seems to be tapered, a larger opening at the radiator end, smaller on the throttle body end.

    Currently have a franken-hose on it now, 2 pieces of hose, plastic adapter, and 4 worm clamps. Looks like shit and I don't trust it to hold.

    Thanks.
    I'll check downstairs in alittle bit and see if I have mine still. If I do, you can have it.

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    I may have mine as well. Did the bypass early last year if I recall correctly.

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