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Old 06-30-2015, 06:25 AM   #11
Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Missouri
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Originally Posted by DAF44 View Post
I replaced the 300 with the 310. Even though the factory 300 was a close fit, the 310 fit perfectly all around. You are right in that the 320 has a 3" longer top and a 1.25" longer base than the 310. May I ask why you want the 320? The 310 has a porcelain bowl and the swirl-jet bowl rinse just like the 320. You can also get an optional wood seat if you like. The 310 I installed included a hand rinse device. I paid $129 with shipping at Amazon a couple of months ago. We are very happy with the change.
The wood seat was something the DW really wanted, along with a sturdier base, but we were unaware it was an option on the 310. That would make it exactly what we are looking for. Thanks again for the helpful information.

Bill & Lynne
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Old 07-04-2015, 08:00 AM   #12
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When I had the 2014 FBRS I put in a 320. Actually took it back out and put it in the new 27VRL. Fits in both. On yours you may have to notch where the water line comes out just a bit at the wall. No biggie. It fits closer to the wall and actually gives a slight bit more floor space.

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