Black Extra-Large Rural Mailbox in Durable Copolymer (FL-R7001BL)

MSRP: $46.00
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$9.95 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

Premium Quality, Durable Copolymer Plastic Mailbox will not Rust or Dent

Molded in top-grade materials with interior strut construction for years of use and reliability

  • Black mailbox with White Lettering and Red Flag (FL-R7001BL)
  • Oversized USPS #2 size
  • Outside dimensions (approx): 22 1/2" deep, 10 1/2" wide, 13-3/4" high (14 1/4" to tab at top of door)
  • Inside dimensions (approx): 20 3/4" deep, 9-1/2" wide, 11-1/2" high
  • Molded in top-grade copolymer materials with interior strut construction for years of use and reliability
  • Seamless water tight construction, with pre-drilled holes for mounting and locking
  • Made in U.S.A.

Shipping Notes:

  • Extra-Large mailboxes ship from manufacturers warehouse in mid-west.  Please allow 7-10 business days for delivery.

Please Note:

  • EZM-10 Mailbox Extenders and PMB10 Mounting Boards DO NOT fit these mailboxes

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  • 4
    Durable Copolymer Plastic (FL-R7001BLk Mailbox in

    Posted by Richard Diefenbach on 23rd May 2018

    I like the box and the fact it won't rust. There is a problem with the mail person not closing it tight. My paper & mail have been getting wet & I'll have to post a note on it. Not the fault of the box.

  • 5
    Well made

    Posted by Gail Cronquist on 14th May 2017

    Well made, super large rural mailbox. Exactly as shown. Came promptly.

  • 3
    Nice box, crappy hinges

    Posted by Diana on 30th May 2016

    This box has just tiny plastic pins for door hinges. One pin was broken on arrival. I replaced it with a stainless steel bolt and nuts, plus bought another set to be prepared for when the other side breaks. Other than the hinge problem, it's a great box. We live a couple hundred yards from the Pacific Ocean, so needed a good plastic mailbox to survive the salt corrosion.