So whats the deal with installing a lowering link on the WR 450? Seems like there are a lot of mixed opinions. I ride 95% woods and single track and will gladly give up 1 or 2" of the over 12" of suspension I have for the ability to easily put a foot down. I used to have a Suzuki DR350 and it had this cutout section in the saddle that made it easy to get a foot on the ground. Seems like when the going got tough, that bike got better and better compared with the CR's and WR's I ride with. Now that I have a WR I kind of miss that feature. I have heard that a lowering link changes the geometry and the rear end becomes too soft for those over 200 - 220 LBS and the proper way is to have the shock re-sprung and/or revalved.......can I just cheat and set the sag to be a bit more than I need and then slide the forks up in the tubes the same ammt in the front?