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Old 07-27-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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Toilet too small

We have a 2003 Gulfstream Friendship Quattro 4-slides. Unit Serial: 58-4557, Model 8408 FS, Vin 4UZAAHAK73CL66407, Cat 330.

I would like to change our toilet from round to oval, in order to make room for major parts :~} if you know what I mean.

Are oval bowels available?

Has anyone done this this type of exchange?

I have no problems with the existing toilet, just would like more room.

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Old 07-27-2013, 02:15 PM   #2
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Don't you just hate some people!!!!

Yes, John, you can purchase RV toilets in 'long' for the few and 'short' for the many.
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Old 07-27-2013, 03:04 PM   #3
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Don't you just hate some people!!!!

Yes, John, you can purchase RV toilets in 'long' for the few and 'short' for the many.
Yes but not on this one...
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Old 07-27-2013, 05:11 PM   #4
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Don't you just hate some people!!!!

Yes, John, you can purchase RV toilets in 'long' for the few and 'short' for the many.
Come on you guys, I am serious.

Looking for an oval bowl, not a long or tall.

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Old 07-27-2013, 05:12 PM   #5
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John...now that everyone is done messing with your typo "oval bowels".......yes you can change toilets as long as there is room. You might even want to turn it a little for more space.

Take your pick Search - toilets - Camping World
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This one is on my to-do list.

Products - Dometic
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This one is on my to-do list.

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I just installed this one in my HR along with a remodel of the bathroom.....We just made a 600 mile trip and boy is it ever so much better that what was in there...............I'm ...........

I bought mine through Amazon and saved about 40 bucks over Camping World......I'm again......Try it you will like it.......

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Oval

My coach already has an oval, i.e. 'long' bowl. How did they know?
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I also have my eye on the Dometic 320. My little Thetford is like sitting on a 5 gallon bucket.
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Mine has the Thetford oval toilet in PORCELAN.....ahhh......just like at home
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Installed the Dometic 320 last year in our 5th wheel, very nice. Plan on installing one in our Dolphin.

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Also recently installed a Dometic 320 to replace a Sealand porcelain round.
The Dometic has a porcelain bowl and is very comfortable.
The floor flange in my case was some trouble as it was a 4 bolt diagonal and the new Dometic was a 2 bolt lateral.
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Also recently installed a Dometic 320 to replace a Sealand porcelain round.
The Dometic has a porcelain bowl and is very comfortable.
The floor flange in my case was some trouble as it was a 4 bolt diagonal and the new Dometic was a 2 bolt lateral.
I installed the Dometic 310 (round) and we love it. If anyone needs an adapter kit to go from 4 bolt to 2 bolt I have one. Thought I needed it but didn't. Installation was a piece of cake.
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321 Oval Toilet

Thanks everyone for your help.

My new 321 Oval, low profile will arrive today by FedEx, according to the tracking number.

All the best and thanks again.

John and Loretta
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