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Looks good.

I hope Rivian adds wheels in the gear shop. I want a set of each. 22's as my daily driver (in the summer). 20's with snow tires for the winter. And 21's for road trips.
 

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I'd love to get a set of 22's along with my 20 ATs on my R1S LE. Since I am getting a "free upgrade" on the LE to one of them, I'd love to buy a complete set of the others as well. But when I've asked CS - they said I could discuss that with my guide. So I'm waiting to hear what the cost is. The spare wheel/tire on the R1T was $1000 CDN. So I'd assume 4 would be (at worst) $4000. If a 22" tire is ~$300....that's only $700 for a rim. Hopefully I can just order 4 full-size spares :D
 

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"Can't lose with 22's B*tch that's what's up!" 😜
 

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Nice ... 3 Rivian logos per wheel setup (rim, center cap, brake caliper) ... wonder if a total per-vehicle Rivian logo count has been determined?

On topic, I originally had 22's on my order, but switched back to the standard 21's to optimize for range. But you never know, I may want to be a baller and bump back up to 22's. 💰😎
 
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If I were going R1S I might do the 22", they do look good. But even Rivians website describes them as three season tires, and I don't feel like getting dedicated winters. Just a little confusing since I think Rivian has some clips of them in the snow also.
 

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Apparently even Diddy approves in the Coast to Coast Remix "Sittin' on 22's this what long money do." :cool:
 

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the suspension looks really low in those pictures
Woah, looks like a low rider
I recall that there is a very low setting for the suspension that allows for easier entry/exit while parked. The vehicle can not be driven in this setting.
 

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I love the look of the 22" wheels and have that on my configuration currently (LE R1S). However, the more I read about everyone raving about the 20", the more I am worried I am making a mistake here. Here in Maryland, we do get our fair share of rain and some light snow so I think the 22" AS should do fine in that regards. However, my worry is about the harshness of the ride. Has anyone driven a 22" shod R1T at one of these events and can speak to how it rode?
 

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I'm still getting the 20" wheels on my LE R1T, but I'd really like to buy a set of those 22"s for summer road driving.
 
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