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Old 12 Mar 2002, 09:36 pm
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does any one know why some limited pts have chrome wheels with dimples in them and others have a smooth chrome wheel? thanks

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LOL...man, I thought it was just me!, your right but I don't really know why, mine have the dimples, well, not now, I put my other wheels back on tonight, but I have noticed what your talkin about....James

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At first, all Limited's had non-dimpled wheels. Then Chrysler decided to make the dimpled wheels, not offering them as an option...they just came at random from the factory.

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thanks for the feed back. tom

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Back when I ordered a PT, (if you are talking about what I think you are) the dipled wheels were an option called Luxury II. I have to double check on the name, but I am fairly sure that was it. I was at a dealership today and found a new wheel. Anybody know the name of it. A much more aggressive 5-spoke.

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I've been looking for "dimpled" rims at my dealership and the parts guy did not realize there were two different types..go figure!


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These Mopar parts guys had better get on the ball. Way before the 2002 models came out, I contacted the parts counter to get a quote on a chrome rim. His first question: "What year is the car?" And then: "Automatic or manual?" Then he quotes me $625 for ONE rim!!!!! What a bot...

Kojak, It looks like you've not only done some mods to your ride, but you already have OEM chrome wheels. Why would you be 'looking for "dimpled" rims" anyway?

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Kojak, It looks like you've not only done some mods to your ride, but you already have OEM chrome wheels. Why would you be 'looking for "dimpled" rims" anyway?
I was just looking for a dimpled one for a spare wheel. Don't like those skinnies!!
Doesn't look like I will have to worry about it though after this weekends snow storm. It will be June before all this crap melts!!



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Got a Question for anybody out there! On all those pictures of the potentially new arrival of the PT Convertable. WHo and where can I find the manufacturer of the rims on that picture? you know those 5 spokers that look like MVR's (BMW exclusive). <img src=icon_smile_question.gif border=0 align=middle>

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