I believe Don Happel has tried the LLAMS kit.
I agree with you about concern with the aftermarket rods being "too strong" and breaking the sensor arms, but I haven't ever actually heard of that happening so I'm going to guess it's only a theoretical problem.
I have rods (Proud Rhino) and the GAP tool and use them together. With the rods on, it's just a bit taller than off-road height, and I didn't want to drive around like that all the time. So, I have a setting that brings it back down a ways, and another setting that extends it even further than with the rods. Gives me quite a bit more flexibility that way. If I were changing settings on a regular basis, I'd probably want the LLAMS for easier adjustments, but the GAP is pretty good.
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