GoGalley portable kitchen is the all-in-one portable outdoor grill and smoker - a truly mobile outdoor kitchen. This tailgate grill is a complete portable kitchen with 4 burner grill, smoker, deep fryer, boiler and skillet.
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GoGalley hitches to your standard 2" receiver. GoGalley has a patent-pending, double-arm lift that is powered by a fully self-contained cable winch and a 12-volt battery (included) that literally winches or lifts the GoGalley slowly from a position down and away from the back of one's vehicle to a "travel-ready" position that is snugly secured up next to the vehicle. It does all of this with the push of a button. Conversely, GoGalley lowers to a point far enough from the back of one's vehicle that most SUV rear compartments can be opened and accessed without unhitching. Once unhitched, GoGalley rolls with the ease of pushing a shopping cart.
There are several reasons that a transport via a trailer is not the best option. Remember, a GoGalley is a multi-purpose "Kitchen On The Go." That being said, storing your GoGalley conveniently or setting it up as a home cooker is a key. Trailers create storage issues, to say the least. Also, since the GoGalley is not riding on a stiff, trailer suspension, rather it benefits from one's smooth vehicle suspension, the GoGalley doesn't get jostled around. And, not everyone is a skilled driver when maneuvering a trailer in reverse, especially in crowded tailgating settings.
When it came to designing and building toughness, GoGalley didn't mess around. Each GoGalley is engineered with tubular steel framing (It looks like the folks who build roll cages for NASCAR built it). Then, machine-fitted, heavy-guage panels are perfectly welded on, adding even more strength. A powder-coated paint is added, giving the GoGalley superior protection against the elements. GoGalley was built for tailgating week after week.
Considering that GoGalley is truly a "Kitchen On The Go," one can cook just about anything; and, that's cooking most things at the same time. Cook for a couple of people or a couple of hundred. GoGalley is up to the challenge. Now, think about it this—a grill with built-in tables. These tables are stainless steel, too. GoGalley has two, flip-up tables, one by the smoker and one by the burner eye. And, the table by the burner eye has a hole and "keeper ring" for a large trash bag, making clean-up a snap.
Yes. GoGalley is shipped pre-assembled, with the exception of a few items. Basically, one will attach the windscreens and the hood. Even the doors have preset hinges. The smoker and the burner eye wing components are fully assembled and welded to their respective piano hinges. The lift arm is bolted on with 4 bolts. The winch and battery are fully wired and pre-attached. In fact, when one pushes the button to release the cable off of the winch spool, the winch works. No need for an electrician, mechanic or any special knowledge required.
Yes, there are a variety of key lock and receiver hitch locks on the market. These locks slide into the pin of a standard 2" receiver and are locked by either a key or combination lock. Take your GoGalley safely and securely anywhere your heart desires.
Yes, if you are pulling a camper or boat on the rear hitch of your vehicle, GoGalley will ride just fine on the front of your vehicle by using a front hitch. Find the right front mount hitch for your vehicle model at the following URL or simply search the internet for front hitch receiver:
If the 2 inch standard hitch on your vehicle is recessed back up under your bumper you will simply need to order the hitch extension tongue. The extension will add an additional 4 inches in length to the GoGalley steel lift arm that slides into your 2" receiver and compensate for hitches recessed up to 4" under the bumper. The extension will allow the GoGalley to clear the vehicle bumper for a vertical and secure ride. Simply order the GoGalley hitch extension tongue from your GoGalley retailer:
Yes, maximum height of 2" receiver on a vehicle that will work with a GoGalley is 24". When a vehicles receiver is higher than 24" from the ground you will need a 4" drop/rise offset extension. The offset slides into a standard 2" receiver mounted on the vehicle and raises or lowers the road clearance of the GoGalley by 4 inches. Some RV's that ride high or SUV's that ride low may want to consider the 4" offset. Most vehicles which come standard with a 2" hitch will have no problem transporting a GoGalley without the offset since the wheels on the GoGalley are easily removed for extra road clearance if needed. Use URL below to find an offset for your vehicle model:
Since 1995, all regulators (the part that attaches to the gas tank to regulate the flow of gas) have included a safety device that restricts the flow of gas in the event of a gas leak. This safety device can be inadvertently activated in two ways, putting the grill into what is commonly called "bypass". The first way for the device to be activated is to leave one or more burner control knobs in the "ON" position when the LP cylinder valve is opened. The second is not to wait long enough to "start" the grill after opening the LP cylinder valve. The safety device in the regulator is activated each time that the LP cylinder valve is opened. The device resets itself when the gas pressure equalizes between the closed burner control valve and the regulator, through the hose. If a burner control knob is turned on before the gas pressure can equalize, the device will remain in "bypass." The length of time necessary to wait to "start" the grill after turning on the LP cylinder valve is dependent on the length of the hose and outside air temperature. It is always good practice to wait a few seconds after opening the LP cylinder valve before turning on the burner control knob to start the grill. Keep in mind that the safety device reacts to a gas leak. If a grill is in bypass, the gas connections and hose should be tested for leaks with a soap and water solution.
If the grill is in bypass, after checking for gas leaks, do the following to get the grill out of bypass:
No. Due to the complexity of the technology and gas train components and the level of disassembly that would have to be performed, we are not allowing conversions or offering kits. This decision was made in the interest of safety.
Piezo Igniter — If you can light the grill with a match you may have an ignition switch problem. Check your igniter switch. Is it making a clicking noise? If the igniter does not click, it is not aligned correctly with the gray rocker switch. To align it, remove the control panel (consult your owner's manual for instructions). Once the control panel is removed, check the position of the igniter. It should be tightly secured with the lock nut in the smaller hole of the keyhole frame. If the igniter has clips on the sides, rather than a lock nut, make sure it is completely "snapped" into place. If the igniter is aligned properly, make sure the control panel is not loose. There should be two fasteners holding the panel in place.
Next, check to see if the igniter wires are loose. The white and black wires should be secured at both ends. Then check the position of the metal tab protruding from the cookbox where the white wire attaches. This tab must be 45 degrees away from the cookbox to avoid a shorted circuit.
Finally, very humid or rainy weather can cause moisture to collect on the end of the probe and make the igniter unable to spark. To remedy this condition, light the grill with a match. The heat from the grill will warm the probe and should fix the problem.
If you are still having problems, please call 1-800-GOGALLEY1.
Maintaining your Flavorizer Bars is simple and easy. Regularly doing the burn-off/brush routine should keep your Flavorizer Bars clean. Start by doing a burn-off (turning all burners on high for 15 minutes with the lid closed) before or after grilling. (If you have raw cast iron grates, remove before burning off.) This will turn the accumulated debris on your Flavorizer Bars into ashes. Then when the grates are cool, lift them out and brush off the bars with a brass brush.
If a more thorough cleaning is necessary, take the bars out of the grill, put them in the sink and clean with some soapy water and an SOS pad. If using dishwashing liquid in the water, do not use anything lemon-or citrus-based. Rinse thoroughly and towel dry. Do not let them drip dry, as this may cause them to rust prematurely. We do not recommend putting Flavorizer Bars in the dishwasher. The amount of debris they release may cause your drain to clog.
Do not use oven cleaners or put them in a self-cleaning oven to clean.
Direct cooking is simply grilling foods directly over the heat source. For Indirect cooking, the heat source is placed to the side of the food, not directly under it. As a general rule, foods that take less than 25 minutes to cook, like boneless chicken breasts, pork chops, and steak, are grilled by the Direct Method. Foods that require longer cooking times at lower temperatures, like whole birds and roasts, should be cooked by the Indirect Method. You can use either method on GoGalley, even at the same time.
Note: If you have porcelain-coated cast iron grates, no seasoning is required. Follow the same maintenance procedures as for porcelain coated grates.
To maintain the wonderful searing/grilling performance of your cast iron grates, as well as their longevity, some special care is required. As with any cast iron cooking tool, proper seasoning is most important.
Notes: The more you use your cast iron grates, the easier the maintenance will be. If you store your grates for extended periods of time, grease very lightly with vegetable shortening, then wipe dry with a paper towel. Store in a dry place. If rust appears, it is an indication that the grates have not been seasoned properly or enough. Or, if the burn-off method has been used after grilling, the seasoning has also been burned off. You must begin the seasoning process again, after brushing all rust away with a steel wire brush.
If your LP tank has recently been filled and you notice frost on the body of the regulator, you may have an overfilled tank. Please: