This is aimed at Chopperwerks1: If you sell a product and state that if they send the year make and model the product is supposed to fit, that you will send the product that fits said year, make and model bike, but when you send the product (In this case, forward controls) and they don't fit like you said they will, and then agree to send adapters so they will fit, then that's on your head, not the customers.
As for your business with OCC and American Choppers, I hate to inform you of the following: NO ONE HERE GIVES A %$#@! BECAUSE THEIR BIKES ARE PILES OF %$#@!, so that's not saying much for your business. If you don't sell retail, then why the %$#@! is your product, which I will now call a sh$#@ty product due to the fact that it doesn't fit as claimed by your
company that it would, being sold on a website to the mass public? The means your company sells retail. Now, if you fail to mention that your forward controls will not fit a metric bike without adapters in any ad that features your product (Which a product manufacturer is accountable for doing), then the issue falls with your company. I could go on and on, but I figure you're probably just an $#@!hole since the first names you dropped were Orange County Choppers and American Chopper, and those guys are a**holes that make sh$#@ty showroom pieces that never last on the road, and also another company that doesn't honor their own warranty, and I doubt at this point you'll even make the deal right and don't give a sh$#@t about your customers. So, you'll never get my business, and I doubt you'll ever get anyone else's business on here either. Sounds like you got f**ked over by your ex wife (Since you are divorced now) and basically decided to say f**k any business deals she had, even if they represented your company through your [products being sold through her.
Go f$#@! yourself
P.S.: Welcome to the site, you should have read around before you dropped the OCC and American Choppers bomb.