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I've read the few threads on this topic, but there were only a handful and there were a bit dated so I'm hoping that there may be some newer insights to this. Lowering links have been out for a while, but I've only recently considered doing a lowering mod for my RRS. I, like many others, would prefer to have the ride height lowered a few inches. Not to the point where it's as low as access height but low enough to remove some of the gap in the wheel well. Obviously, the best way to accomplish this would be to use a lowering module, but I was just curious if there is anyone here that has opted for the links rather than the module. My main concern is the ride quality. I'm sure that everyone here has tried driving around in access height and noticed how rough and bumpy the ride quality is. I've read mixed reviews about the lowering links. Some state that the ride quality was not compromised while other claimed that it was almost as bad as driving in access height. Out of curiosity, I emailed the people that market "Ghost Links," and they claim that you can lower up to 3" without sacrificing ride quality. This is hard for me to believe, but hey, I could be wrong. What are your guys' experience with the links?