@dp351 Grab yourself a hub centric ring if you didn't already so that your spare has the proper fit.
Amazon retailer Wheel Connect sells sets, SKU# HR7780-6410A These will allow the smaller Rivian (64.1mm) hub core to remain concentric with the larger RAM (77.8mm) wheel center bore.
Shop only did the mount and balance. I then brought the wheels and tires home and mounted them about a week later onto the truck. Super strange the inconsistency with the sensors that people are having.
Looking forward to this, got my Badlands jack and traction boards this week (not that either are needed)... Anyone that does not have their Rivian yet, but wants to join in the fun?? I'm willing to bet several of us will have empty seating.
I was talking to the Tesla store manager at my local mall, Christiana Mall. He said that the recent install of a transformer and rough in was indeed a RAN charger, 6 units with a max of 12. I reached out to the account on twitter that tracks them all to do some leg work since I could not find...
Since you mentioned ratchet straps, I have 4 in a bag stowed in my spare tire with the jack & tools easily. I flipped the composite base & tools over which frees up a decent amount of space. Actually surprised Rivian didn't think of this to gain more spare in the spare...
Depending on the weather, I’m seeing very similar numbers to the trucks that are factory equipped with the Perelli scorpion tires. I was averaging around 2.3 mi./kW but now that winter has set in it has averaged down to 2.0 mi./kW This picture is my total average across 5600 miles with this set up.
These are hilariously overpriced for how they are fabricated! I am a MechEng with many years of my own personal design & fabrication business under my belt and at that price I will be making my own version! Those light brackets scream "rivian owners have deep pockets, rape em"