I stacked my 1989 Suzuki GSX-R750K at the end of last year. The front forks were the main casualty, so to make the best of a bad situation, I’m viewing this as an opportunity to fit a more recent front-end with upside down forks. My local breaker has a complete front-end from a 2003 GSX-R750. Will it be a load of grief to fit? Mark Coyne, email Gary Hurd says: There are a few differences that will create problems to overcome. The later front end has a different length steering stem plus there’s no speedo drive. Ask your breaker if he has an upside-down front end from an L, M, or WP 750. Check the steering lockstops can still do what they’re meant to do and that the legs clear the fairing, although I don’t anticipate any problems there.