For some custom-bike builders, it used to be considered blasphemy to run any non-OEM products on a build. If it wasn’t in the P&A, the answer was "no way!" Then there were a few acceptable aftermarket companies that have catered exclusively to the V-Twin crowd that made up the majority of the aftermarket parts. But today, especially within the performance Dyna crowd, it seems like the aftermarket is wide open and has even become socially acceptable to run metric parts! Wait, what?
Alloy Art has been in the parts game since 1996, starting with its 'Gooden-Tite' handlebar bushings. Since then, it has concentrated on making parts that are not only good but have inherent function built into them. Once the walls of segregation were taken down, a few companies like Alloy Art saw the opportunity to adapt some great-performing products, at a fraction of the cost, as well as creating its own line of high-quality products to improve the performance of any V-Twin.