I think I know which hoses you are talking about, but just to be sure, you are talking about the soft EVAP hoses coming from the compressor right?
There should be a Tee in there, with one of the hoses going to a green plastic nipple on the under-body, mine had dry-rotted so bad the hose came off of that nipple, all of the EVAP hose on mine needed replacing, but it is only a couple dollars to do so, I should remember but I forget the exact size, but it should be standard size EVAP hose, if you take it in to Advance or Autozone, they can find it for you, it sells by the foot.
I'm looking for my old pics from when I was messing with mine, if I cannot find them I'll take some for you ASAP.
If your compressor is a little loud get some light machine oil, and squirt a few drops in the nipple on the compressor that has the soft EVAP hose attached.
Be sure you are using light machine oil, as stuff like WD40, gun oil, and the like, will not stick and lubricate the internals of the compressor.
This is what I used, the needle point fits in the nipple perfectly, once you lubricate it, and the compressor kicks ion a few times, then it should quiet down a bit, I suggest a couple drops added per each time you service your engines oil, this will keep you from having to search for another compressor.
Pay attention to that compressor, and if you ever hear it constantly running, be sure to inspect your struts air bag, if it feels dry-rotted replace it or the compressor will eventually die from running constantly.
Not to get off topic, but if your Park Ave EVAP hoses on the compressor are dry-rotting, then you may want to consider inspecting your other soft EVAP hosing throughout the car, I had to replace every bit of mine as it was all dry-rotting.
If you want to do that you can start another thread, and I'll try to help you find/replace all of the soft EVAP hoses, they are not hard to find/replace.
And on the air struts, you can still get them for 60.00-80.00 depending on where you shop, I got mine from amazon as they were cheapest there, but rockauto has them for a decent price.
In our cases if we have to replace our rear struts, we can get Monroe Sensa-Trac quick struts for the rear, which makes replacing the strut around a 15-30 minute job.
If you ever have to replace them be sure to order the quick struts, and not do what I did and order everything separate, if you do you will regret it I promise.