Funny, same size and dimensions as OEM 20s, but no tread on shoulder does change the look a bit as does no 'dressing' on the rubber.Michelins are great tires but look like poop with that gigantic sidewall.
briefly considered AT tires. Decided against since I only off-road on random/spontaneous occasion and did not want to sac the range, so decided to go for AS tires instead.Would love to see a better picture of the whole truck in AP mode, those are a great tire and I bet you see increased range due to lower rolling resistance. These came stock on several Land Cruisers I’ve owned, they wear really well and will last much longer than the stock Pirellis. Did you consider the A/T2s as well?
i believe a reflash is needed for range calc/speedo. tpms works fine (so far) so long as you swap from the old wheels or install a new set.Did you have Rivian reflash the car for those 34" tall tires? Or do they work fine without any reflash?
no, unfortunately the speed rating is slightly less. i don't remember the exact numbers but iirc they are around ~10% lower than the stock pirellis.Cool, curious to find out more info on performance. Do these tires match the weight and speed ratings of oem 20” tires?