Sure, but a good parts man will be essential. You just need to :
A) Find out the length of the stock belt.
B) Measure the section of belt from a marked spot on the PS pulley to a marked spot on the crank pulley.
C) Measure the distance the belt will travel from the same 2 marked spots, it will be much shorter due to the bypassing of the A/C pulley
D) subtract the difference from the overall length of the stock belt.
You then will need to find a Serp belt with the same width (ribs) and a length as close as you can get it to the calculated length. I don't think there will be any obstructions to cause a problem on the front of the engine, you can eyeball that yourself before you get too far into this project just to be sure.