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Picked this up with a few other B Mack parts. The number on it ( 101-60548-1 ) isnt a Mack number and a google search didnt come up with anything. The elongated holes match those in the crossmember but that's not surprising with their shape. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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12 minutes ago, Coenut said:

Almost looks like a hydraulic brake line bracket.

I am thinking the same thing..!

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I should've put something in the picture for scale. The flat with the slots is about 12" long and the small protrusion is about 2.5" wide. I was going to bend the small protrusion in line with the other step and mount the trailer valve to it if it's not a bracket that is highly desirable. Heck, I'm not sure if it's even a Mack part.

Thanks!

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That's what I'm going to make it into but I wouldn't know how to attach the valve as theres no other bolt holes. My trailer valve only has the 2 mounting holes.

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I agree it looks very much like the trailer valve bracket in the pic but with that wonky keyhole and no other holes to mount the valve its gotta be something else.

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  • 3 months later...

Son of a gun! Mystery solved! Thanks JBushneck. I wasn't convinced that it was a Mack part, and now I really dont feel bad about making it into something else. I used a different bracket to attach the trailer valve but will now be modifying this bracket as it will work and look better. Thanks again JBushneck!

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