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Old 22 Mar 2002, 10:27 am
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Default New wheel design on Limited

The 2002 Limited models just arrived at a local dealer have 6 spoke chrome wheels with a groove in the spokes and a center disk with Chrysler emblem covering the lug nuts. Anyone know if this is a permanent mid year change or a dealer upgrade?

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Old 22 Mar 2002, 10:34 am
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It was a DC option from the beginning of the 2002 model year.


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Old 04 Apr 2002, 10:35 pm
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My six day old Cruiser came off the transport with the new wheel design. Even the salesman was surprised at this. Cruisers that were delivered just two weeks before and sitting on the lot have the original 5 spoke design. Go figure.
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