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Are these Genuine Simmons?

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Just wondering if these are genuine of if there's any way to tell what they're worth if fake or not? 

Got a 2 of them on the front with a r31 I picked up, unsure if to sell if genuine or even if they're not and just get a fresh set, annoying as the back wheels are a white gloss :/ 

ones not bad condition others rough af 

Cheers 

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They do appear to be. Looks like a set of V4 Simmons.

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I don't think that anyone's faking Simmons (as in China fakes).  Given that all Simmons these days are effectively fakes.....

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why would anyone fake a simmons wheel? they are cheap shit anyway.
even the old ones which were actually simmons arent worth restoring really?

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On 12/3/2018 at 8:31 AM, GTSBoy said:

I don't think that anyone's faking Simmons (as in China fakes).  Given that all Simmons these days are effectively fakes.....

In the later days of the operation, Tony Simmons was getting the casting done in China.....and he was complaining they were knocking off the design, or backdooring product, quelle surprise!

Might be worth a few pesos to the right person, as those look appropriately aged.....and not the new junk. If the damage is to the halves, I believe whitehorse industries would be the people to get some new ones spun-up.

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