I recently bought a 2008 GSXR 750 for a second track bike. One fork seal was leaking so I brought it to a shop to get the forks rebuilt. When the forks were disassembled the tech noticed the chrome on the bottom tube had worn through thus causing the seal to leak. I am told the tubes on the 750 are 41mm and the tubes on the 1000 are 43mm which adds some noticeable rigidity. But when changing over to something else I need to be concerned with fitting in the triple clamps, the 750 are 50mm at top and 53mm on bottom (?), fork length, fender mounting, brake rotor offset, etc. I am not expert on this and there maybe other considerations I didn't list, so I was hoping some experts would chime in - what is my best option? Buy OEM tubes? Too expensive! Replace with used 750 forks and take a chance on chrome thickness being worn as well? Replace with forks from a different bike that would be an upgrade? Would like this to be plug and play. What bikes and years would work for this? Replace with higher quality aftermarket forks that are an upgrade? Also if anyone has parts that could help me out, please PM me with what you have, some pictures, and how much are you asking. Please let me know what you think about my situation.