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Old 05-12-2017, 11:05 AM   #1
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Doors and wheels?

Hey guys, I'm looking for a replacement door shell and wheels for my Bee. Not having much luck finding a place that sells them for 3rd gen Rams, other than a junkyard. I was hoping to buy them new. Does anyone know of a place to start looking? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Old 05-12-2017, 02:47 PM   #2
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Maybe check with a body shop? How do the bee wheels differ from say SLT?
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I thought the bee wheels were stock chrome 20s?
I was looking for 2002-08 door shells, no luck myself, in a few years someone will offer doors, you can get them for 94-01s now a few years ago you couldn't.
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Rick, I believe the wheels are the same as SLT wheels. But not being a owner of a Bee I thought maybe he knows something I dont.
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I thought they were the same flower petals but polished instead of chrome clad
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I think the polished aluminum ones were only on the early SLT's
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I thought they were the same flower petals but polished instead of chrome clad
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I think most were the chrome plastic clad unless the dealer did an aftermarket special .
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The Bee wheels are the polished aluminum, not the chrome clad. The ones on my Bee are in pretty bad shape, so I thought I'd replace them. New ones aren't cheap though. It looks like now my choices would be to have them refurbished, or find a decent set from a junkyard, and polish them up.
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My choice would be to have them refurbished. They would be better than new...
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My choice would be to have them refurbished. They would be better than new...
Totally agree, I have to get the wheels on the GTx done, they look good from 10 feet away.
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