During the lock-down I like a lot of you I guess, have been doing odd jobs that I never got round to or kept putting off !! After years of putting up with the harsh ride my 750SS non-adjustable forks provide I was wondering what others have done in an attempt to alleviate the harsh ride of the standard forks. Although I've had my 750 from new, (it's a '94 model), the only thing I've changed other than the usual oil, filters, belts, etc, has been the rear shocker & that was only because the original dumped a load of oil out on the garge floor some years ago. I fitted a unit made by Saxon, (who used to do frame kits for the early Hinckley Triumphs) which he modified for me to fit my 750. The reason for this choice was purely due to the fact that a mate had it available at the time & it was far cheaper than the Ohlins or Maxton choice at the time. In fairness it was far better in feel than I remember the original unit was, even when it was new & even Maxton said it was a good unit in terms of performance when my mate first got the Saxon kit. Anyway, recently after visiting Maxton again with said mate who is getting them to make some units for his Vyrus, I got to thinking about fitting their fork cartridge units in my 750's forks. I'm just at the very beginnings of this process so haven't looked at costs, which actual cartridges to use as they do two or three different types, or anything else really. Has anybody done anything similar other than replace the forks for say the 900SS, which are adjustable ?