If your sag can't be dialed in in the stock position, your existing spring rate is not good for your load and raising or lowering the bike with dog bones may not help. The sag is important for lots of reasons, not just ride height. There are lots of articles about why it is important, so google is your friend here.
*** Edit, got corrected by the next post***
I believe raising links will make the spring rate even worse for you since the leverage on the shock changes and you are actually putting more force on the shock. I may have this reversed, but you can verify with sag measurements before and after. With the same preload setting, does the sag get better or worse? If it gets better then maybe you can dial it in properly, if it gets worse, then you don't have a chance to make it better.
Maybe the raising links will work for you, maybe they won't, but it's the cheapest thing to try. If all you want is more ground clearance and you find the rest of the suspension performance to be fine, then the dog bones could very well solve your issues.
Too much other broken stuff to list
Last edited by vanislejay; 02-19-2019 at 03:37 PM.