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You have to get a custom stem made for the swap. CognitoMoto makes them and can press them in. I have a 93 cb750 with an R1. Or, you could go with a cbr600 f2 or f3 forks and they should drop right in to your triple trees. You may need to make some spacers for the wheel though.
You haven't provided enough information to give any kind of an answer. What year is the donor front end? The 95/96 YZF6R actually shares the same rotor bolt pattern as the CB750, so your stock wheels may actually work.
I do my swaps by pressing out both stems and machining the new clamps (by either making the holes bigger or pressing/heat shrinking in an undersize sleeve and boring it out to the stock stem size, press fit dia for bottom clamp, slip fit for top clamp) to accept the stock stem. That way you use the stock bearings. It's always worked very well and doesn't cost any extra money for a "custom" made stem.