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      01-08-2013, 03:21 AM   #23
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no center caps?
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      01-08-2013, 07:02 AM   #24
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hmm interested but where are the center caps?
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hmm interested but where are the center caps?
These are the "Fall-Line Motorsport R43's" They are essentially the TE37SL version of the regular R43 meaning they are lighter and they do not hold center caps, a true purpose built race wheel that fall-line uses on all of their M3's as well as Rum Bum racing. Hope that answers everyones questions - Tommy
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These are the "Fall-Line Motorsport R43's" They are essentially the TE37SL version of the regular R43 meaning they are lighter and they do not hold center caps, a true purpose built race wheel that fall-line uses on all of their M3's as well as Rum Bum racing. Hope that answers everyones questions - Tommy
Are you positive these don't accept center caps? Every other Fall-Line wheel I have seen on a street car had center caps. That would make these a unique version. FYI - HRE sells it's center caps for $25 ea.

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Are you positive these don't accept center caps? Every other Fall-Line wheel I have seen on a street car had center caps. That would make these a unique version. FYI - HRE sells it's center caps for $25 ea.

Fall-Line wheels on IND Builds:

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You will have to find center caps that fits them.. They don't come with center caps originally when you purchase them.
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Are you positive these don't accept center caps? Every other Fall-Line wheel I have seen on a street car had center caps. That would make these a unique version. FYI - HRE sells it's center caps for $25 ea.

Fall-Line wheels on IND Builds:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...egon+gold+rush
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...ght=green+hell
They make two different versions of the "Fall-Line" R43 wheel (Rx line in general) - one that accepts the standard HRE center cap, and a second version that uses a larger diameter hole to save weight. The 2nd version can be modified to accept the larger diameter HRE center cap; however, I believe the wheels have to be shipped to HRE and have the hole re-machined to accept the center cap.

I have a set of R40 and R43 "Fall-Line" wheels.

These wheels are the "true" Fall-Line R43 version
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They make two different versions of the "Fall-Line" R43 wheel (Rx line in general) - one that accepts the standard HRE center cap, and a second version that uses a larger diameter hole to save weight. The 2nd version can be modified to accept the larger diameter HRE center cap; however, I believe the wheels have to be shipped to HRE and have the hole re-machined to accept the center cap.

I have a set of R40 and R43 "Fall-Line" wheels.

These wheels are the "true" Fall-Line R43 version
Thanks for the clarification, these are the true fall-line R43's! I asked a friend and he said HRE can't bore them to fit center caps if you really wanted them, either way bump, really motivated to sell this week guys! All Pm's replied'
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Thanks for the clarification, these are the true fall-line R43's! I asked a friend and he said HRE can't bore them to fit center caps if you really wanted them, either way bump, really motivated to sell this week guys! All Pm's replied'
Interesting...I've been told HRE can modify the race version of the R43 wheel to accommodate a 3" center cap.
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They make two different versions of the "Fall-Line" R43 wheel (Rx line in general) - one that accepts the standard HRE center cap, and a second version that uses a larger diameter hole to save weight. The 2nd version can be modified to accept the larger diameter HRE center cap; however, I believe the wheels have to be shipped to HRE and have the hole re-machined to accept the center cap.

I have a set of R40 and R43 "Fall-Line" wheels.

These wheels are the "true" Fall-Line R43 version
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Interesting...I've been told HRE can modify the race version of the R43 wheel to accommodate a 3" center cap.
I mean CAN do it stupid iPhone haha
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Taking offers now guys i need these gone!
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bump will take $2400 picked up for wheels and tires!
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Here are some updated pictures i just took to show the tread depth and the wheels off the car



















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Damn the mention of R43 is throwing me off. R43 are different.
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Damn the mention of R43 is throwing me off. R43 are different.
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Congrats on the sale.
Good price.

Can you explain to me how these are R43s though? I understand they look similar with the single spoke design, but R43 spokes look different and the R43 has 13 spokes instead of the falllines 11.
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Congrats on the sale.
Good price.

Can you explain to me how these are R43s though? I understand they look similar with the single spoke design, but R43 spokes look different and the R43 has 13 spokes instead of the falllines 11.
The best way to describe why this is an "R43" is the 11-spoke R43 was originally designed by Fall-Line and manufactured by HRE. HRE then released their 13-spoke R43 version. I recently had my "Fall-Line" R43's refinished and all of the HRE paperwork referred to them as R43's. So basically there are two versions of the R43 - 11 and 13 spoke versions. If you want to order an 11-spoke version then request the "Fall-Line" R43
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