22” wheels with off-road tires

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LT 285/50r22 nitto recons from a reditt post.

 

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Will that truck really ever see some dirt?
most Rivians will be mall crawlers no different than a lot of trucks and 4x4s you see on the road today.
 


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I’d really like to see some 3-peak 21s. I don’t off-road but I do snow-road and the 20” ATs are probably overkill only for that purpose.
 

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LT 285/50r22 nitto recons from a reditt post.
This post is perfectly timed. Yesterday I posted info on a similar 22” AT tire I found. The size is not a perfect match for the OEM size but speed and load ratings seem to work. I was asking if they would fit. And was curious how they would look…
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Of course, they aren’t cheap but the idea of 22’s with more meat for a winter & off road option could be cool.
 
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Those would look great. Apparently 285/50 fits with no rubbing but the load rating is lower by a little thou. These are better than the stock tires on the 20” rims and should offer more flat protection and grip when off-road. You will lose some efficiency due to weight but the owner says it wasn’t much. Ymmv. Lol.
 

 
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