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Rubbermaid Gentry All-in-One Plastic Mailbox and Post Combo, Mocha
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Discontinued Rubbermaid

Gentry All-in-One Plastic Mailbox and Post Combo, Mocha

  • Double walled design ensures durability from weather
  • Combo mailbox allows for large deliveries and small parcels
  • Easy to install as it slides over a 4 x 4 wooden post

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Product Overview

The Rubbermaid Gentry All-in-One Mailbox and Post Combo features virtually indestructible, double-wall plastic construction. The mailbox has a rear door for safe mail retrieval, keeping children and adults away from traffic, and is large enough for magazines to lie flat. Its post also features a handy, built-in compartment for newspapers or small parcels. Built for quick and easy installation, the unit simply slides over a new or existing 4 x 4 post (sold separately).

  • Designed with an inner compartment that is large enough for magazines to lie flat
  • Made from double-walled plastic for durability
  • Rear door allows you to safely retrieve mail away from traffic
  • Built-in post compartment provides a convenient place for newspapers and small parcels
  • Mocha finish adds an attractive, neutral look to your home's exterior
  • Installation is easy: simply slide the mailbox over an existing 4 x 4 post (sold separately)
  • Approved by the United States Postal Service Postmaster General

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I use the existing post to install a Rubbermaid mailbox?

Asked by: Anonymous
Sure, as long as there's between 22 - 30 inches of straight, undamaged post left above the ground.
Answered by: MailboxMarko
Date published: 2015-09-20

What is needed to install this mail box?

Asked by: Anonymous
You will need a post hole digger or a way to dig an 18" deep hole that a 4"x4" will fit in. You will also need a Phillips screw driver, a drill, a bag of sakrete, and a 4"x4" treated post 48" long. That should do it.
Answered by: Rocket71
Date published: 2016-01-11

How long does the new 4x4 post need to be?

How long should the 4x4 post be? How much of the 4X4 post should be above ground level to set this piece over? How much should be buried? Should I use quickcrete to set the post?
Asked by: Anonymous
According to the instrucrions, 30 inches from ground level. I cut mine to 29 inches to make sure there would be no binding. The mailbox post slips over this post and is attached by 4 screws.
Answered by: MailboxMarko
Date published: 2016-05-24

Is a anchor post kit needed to install the Gentry all in one plastic mailbox?

what is needed to install mailbox into the ground?
Asked by: Mustang
Yes but some are not very durable
Answered by: BudH
Date published: 2017-02-15
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Customer Reviews

Gentry All-in-One Plastic Mailbox and Post Combo, Mocha is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 217.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better then expected It took longer to dig the hole then it did putting this together. Get a 6ft pressure treated 4x4, sink it 18-22 inches in the ground. Get the quick-crete in the red bag that's designed for post/90 min set up. Put a small amount of quick-crete on bottom of post, set post in, 1/2 a bag of quick-crete, and 1/2 a gallon of water, level post on all sides, wait an hour then slide cover over post; secure with 4 supplied screws, then assemble the rest. Assembly will take about 6 minutes. Don't forget to purchase your reflective mailbox numbers.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am so happy with my new mail box, I posted it on my Facebook account. My neighbor told me he li... I am so happy with my new mail box, I posted it on my Facebook account. My neighbor told me he liked it so much, he was thinking about getting for for himself. This design is an improvement over the older Rubbermaid models. And , the rear door is great. I feel safe not having to step into the street to get my mail.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Door is a bad design I bought the mailbox last year. Within 6 month the catch that holds the door closed worn away. It just small plastic tab that keeps the door closed. My mailbox never stays shut anymore. What waste of money.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love my new mailbox! It was very easy to install with the optional kit that included the woode... I love my new mailbox! It was very easy to install with the optional kit that included the wooden post. After building our little deck, this was a wonderful way to end our project.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Plastic seam split up the side to the box base after 6 months rendering the box wobbly. It will s... Plastic seam split up the side to the box base after 6 months rendering the box wobbly. It will soon fall apart completely!
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Assembly The assembly was a little tricky while putting the top on the base. Note the drawing as a good reference during assembly.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice looking holds a lot of mail Nice looking holds a lot of mail
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Junk Annoying to assemble. Certain pieces are deliberately sized so that you have to squeeze them to get them to fit together. I had a difficult time getting the mailbox to fit together onto the newspaper holder, to the point where the guides got damaged. I ultimately got everything to fit together after more hassle than should have been necessary, but not snuggly. I ended up using some Loctite Power Grab like caulk to seal the pieces together. At $54, this thing is overpriced, and should be more like $30 or $35 for the quality you get. Would not recommend.
Date published: 2016-07-10
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