Hello All! I just picked up a really nice 2000 YZ250 from a friend of mine that is no longer able to ride. The bike is in great shape, but has sat for quite a bit. I got it all cleaned up and running good after it sat for a few years. I plan using it mostly for woods/single track riding here on the east coast. It mostly tight, rocky and rooty here, i have no desire to go flying on the open powerlines at mach 1 anymore, however i do see two or 3 days the the moto tracks in my future, but Im getting older, so being honest with myself, i dont see me sending anything huge, just out on the track for fun. So that brings me to the forks, the kinda feel like poop on the bike, however they are not leaking. I know these forks did have some issues, so much so that my buddy told me he had to swap one of the legs out for an 01 or 02 YZ250F leg because he could not get the one to stop leaking. My question is, Pro-Action is right down the road from me, should I take the forks off and get the revalved for $250 plus parts (or just rebuilt for $100 plus parts) or should I put money towards a set of 06+ SSS forks from a new yz250/250f/450f? I found a complete setup in good shape from another friend for $400(06 yz450f), from what i understand, I can swap the steerer stem from my triples into into the new triples, and as long as I have the brake setup from the forks, i just need to machine a spacer for the front wheel and its a perfect swap....please correct me if Im wrong before I dive into it.