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Re: Correct Lower radiator hose
tclederman #701055 Sun Dec 05 2010 03:41 PM
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Yup - Gates numbers. You can the book at their website, but have to fill out a form.

Re: Correct Lower radiator hose
chuckthetruck #705282 Tue Dec 21 2010 04:48 PM
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Just got back from NAPA and went in back to check the rack for radiator hoses and found one hose that worked for upper and lower.I have a 1946 GMC one ton with a`54-55 261 with high waterpump the hose number is 9050.It has a 1-1/2"size on one end and 1-3/4" on other end.I cut to fit the lower hose and the remaining piece fit the upper perfect after triming about 3" off lenth

Re: Correct Lower radiator hose
tclederman #705306 Tue Dec 21 2010 06:56 PM
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I ordered one from Jim Carter - very happy with it. Don

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