i already tried and the forks still not straight. i uploaded another photo you can see how the triple tree is not straight on one side. so the triple tree is already a problem in the alignment.
, WHILE YOU'RE AHEAD.
The triple tree is made from hot cast aluminum (Al), therefore if
you do manage to get it to budge it means you've sheared the Al lattice structure, which will under the right duress, will in fact result in critical failure of the component. The thing is it won't necessarily be some radical stunt move - it could be (enough) freeway expansion joints - you would have little if any advance notice prior.
I've known guys to heat the piece with a torch and then tried to pound it flat (one sees a myriad of crazy shit in the pits at a track). Now the holes for the fork tubes become out of round, and you've reshaped the failing lattice structure yet again - and not for the better.... ... ... and like a house of cards, the issues with the piece multiply exponentially. It's your bike, and your life. I generally subscribe to the theorem of not compromising items that keep my ass off the tarmac, and ones that help me to steer & stop.
You can pick them up on eBay, but again you don't know if the one you buy is square (in proper 3-D shape). If you go that route find out what the return policy is. OK, you ask how do you know if it's true? Set it on a flat
surface, like glass table top, then use a machinist's rule or other accurate metal rule and check for proper level surfaces on an X (horizontal) axis and Z (diagonal) axis.
Other wise go to the dealer. Now, just for drool effect, there are some truly tasty ones milled from billet, but those cost dearly.