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Old 09-13-2017, 12:51 PM   #1
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Gallery Box For Sale

I have decided to sell my stock Sportsmobile Gallery Box. All hardware will be included. I live in the San Diego area. Go to my photos album for photos. Yours for $400. Please send a private message if interested. Thank you, BillPa1
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I have decided to sell my stock Sportsmobile Gallery Box. All hardware will be included. I live in the San Diego area. Go to my photos album for photos. Yours for $400. Please send a private message if interested. Thank you, BillPa1
What's a gallery box? I'm a noob
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What's a gallery box? I'm a noob
Galley box.. like galley kitchen.

Fits on 40% side door and opens with the door, making it handy and accessible from outside when you're at your campsite.
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Sportsmobile Forum - BillPa1's Album: BillPa1 - Picture

I think this is the pic the OP is referring to in his album.
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Yeah, that's it. If it was white I would buy it in a second. But alas, it doesn't match my interior.
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Yeah, that's it. If it was white I would buy it in a second. But alas, it doesn't match my interior.
Weren't we just discussing Plasti-dip here? You know, Robb, they make it in white.
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I think this is the pic the OP is referring to in his album.
Whoa! That box is trick.
Totally swiss-army-knife-style foldout ingenuity....do *all* galley boxes do that?

How the heck does it articulate (and what kind of hardware enables that?) I was under the impression that most galley boxes were permanently "affixed" to the inside of that "40" door surface....this one looks to swing away from the door surface an additional 90 degrees outboard after the door itself has opened......

Very cool.
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Exactly correct. The box swings out and the "wings" drop down to place your stoves on. The stoves fit inside the box. The box attaches to the back swing door.
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That's a great opportunity. Got a chuckle as well from the color complaint. Us spray paint, epoxy paint, or vinyl stickers, etc. You can change the color on anything and it will look better than original. But really, those white interiors are so bland some color would really give it some character.
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Does anyone have pics to show how this thing mounts on the door?
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