So I'm looking for a suspension triple tree fork for my OCC build, and I would like a modern fork versus an old school springer because my build is on the modern looking side: I've been looking around and the two options are an expensive triple tree downhill fork that will accommodate bicycle disc brakes, so I'd just need to figure out a hub or a replacement wheel, the other option being the nice forks for pitbikes: You can get them off Ebay with disc brake, wheel(too small obviously), levers, and handlebars, and I was thinking this might be a good way to kill two birds with one stone, since I need a good front brake considering the rear is marginal at best. The other option might be the front fork salvaged off a small motorcycle, like a Suzuki K10 or similar, but I think making it all work together might get really expensive and involve more fab work than I'm willing to do for a "happy time". The complete front end that has everything I need to get started seems like a better option than sourcing things from everywhere. I'd prefer to keep it all bicycle parts and use a downhill fork with bike disc brake, but cost might be prohibitive since these parts are top of the line downhill stuff. The OCC frame is very strong, and I think it would be worth it to make it a bit more comfy over rough roads, but with some damping for the spring action. I don't mind if the fork is a couple inches shorter as long as the wheel has clearance through the travel, my bike will be about ride-ability more than rake and style. I know the major technical issues will be mounting of the wheel, fork width, making the disc brake mount up or trying to make a bike disc work with the dirtbike caliper, and obviously mounting the fork to the frame. If anybody has any insights about how this will work out, please let me know. Fabrication is not an issue, I just want to avoid things getting really expensive or hitting a dead end because of critical dimensions. Thoughts, opinions, experiences?