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Billet motorcycle parts manufacturer acquired

Aeromach Manufacturing of Santee, Calif., has been acquired and relocated to North Carolina, according to a press release. The maker of billet motorcycle parts, including mirrors, risers, grips and levers, has been renamed Aeromach USA, LLC.

“Aeromach enjoys great name recognition and a reputation for high-quality American-made products, which I plan to continue,” Paul Aiken, owner of Aeromach, said in the press release. “I look forward to getting production up to speed filling the existing back orders and filling new orders for our dealers and customers.”

Aeromach Manufacturing, founded in 1992, started making chrome billet parts for Harley-Davidsons. In 1996, a line of metric cruiser parts was added. Since that time, it created a line of aftermarket parts for a number of different models.

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