The following photos are from my first build. Many lessons already learned and many more to follow, I'm sure. The biggest lesson (mistake) this far is not fitting a few parts prior to finishing them. I'm sure there are a few veterans with a crooked smile as I confess my sins. I painted a cafe tail purchased from caferace.com prior to fitting to my bike...ouch. There is a problem with the lateral fit. First photo shows the rear section of the tail flush with the frame, as intended to be. You can see the forward portion rise into the air. The next two photos show the rise in the tail if the nose properly installed. Who likes the sweet LED tail light? Anyone see a problem with my frame? Should it angle further up towards the end of the tail? I don't see any signs of previous damage so I'm at a loss. Any information or advice would be much appreciated. I have two options: cut the frame or cut the fiberglass tail?