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Did the 1984 Plymouth Reliant come with 13" wheels?

Was the 1984 Plymouth Reliant ever offered with 13" wheels? All I can find referance to are 14" wheels, but I have this customer on ebay insisting that the Reliant wheelcovers I sold him are for 13" wheels.

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Possibly you did as the 1981 Plymouth Reliant did come with 13" wheels. It is possible you sold him wheel covers for a 1981.

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Original Equipment Size: 14" wheels

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