This is part of a response I posted in another thread. Given the interest in lowering MS, here is a very cost effective do it yourself approach. Oh, and here is mine lowered. 2015 P85D Quick search on McMaster for Ball Sockets McMaster-Carr Click on Gas Spring End fittings and brackets Add threaded rod and two nuts to two of the above and you are there. The nylon ones would be a home run as there is near zero load on these links (the potentiometers swing very freely). Had I seen this before I bought my links, I would have gone Nylon. If there is interest, I can oder the Nylon version, set them up to the exact same length as my current lowering links and post exact measurements versus lowering heights. Every car will differ just a bit and will need fine adjustment but at least it will be a start (this is because every car's ride height is calibrated and not all potentiometers will be at the same angle thus the need for calibration).