Heres a little frame that still has wet paint on it from Ace's Wild Custom. This is a frame that I made a mistake on earlier and did a little dropout replacement. Yep, occassionally mistakes happen in framebuilding just like everything else. I used a pair of dropouts that I was unfamiliar with and when I got finished the chain would touch the seat stay when it was in the smallest cog. Unfortunately I seldom get to ride in a gear that tight. Anyway, it was my first dropout repair as a framebuilder and all I can say is that this frame is better than before, just like the Six Million Dollar Man. The wheel seats perfectly and the new paint job is much cooler. We put a different style logo on this frame for the heck of it, and yes its painted on. If any of you were motocrossers 30 years ago maybe you remember the graphics of the Yamaha YZs, well thats where the idea came from and I have a special frame that I am gonna use them on but I just couldn't wait to try 'em out. This frame has an Easton Superlight fork on it and with the FSA integrated headset and uncut steerer weighs in at 4.6 lbs. Not bad Virginia. True Temper OX Platinum is some sweet tubing. The new stainless Paragon dropouts are way better than the first set I used and did I mention the paint yet, Paul & Wayne did a killer job as usual. This frame is so fast that if I would've had this years ago when I ran my motorcycle through the new garage door my daddy never woulda caught me. It was actually a Yamaha 200 3-wheeler and I had been out playing in the snow all afternoon when I came flying into the driveway doing by best fishtail and when I hit the brakes there was nothing, completely froze up, brand new garage door totaled, and when my dad got home so was my arse. Normally i could outrun him but there was alot of snow on the ground and with those big heavy boots on I couldn't get away in time. I learned some new cuss words that day. Fly with MEECH.