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Looks like these could possibly be Yokohama Geolandar M/T G003LT. Closest size looks like a 285/55R22. Not my thing but hopefully whoever is running those will share fitment feedback with the community.
Pretty sharp. Anybody have an educated guess on which brand/type/size these are? Too blurry to zoom. Would also love to know ballpark range from the owner, if they happen to read this thread…

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Tread pattern does look right. Looks like they have the 285/55R22 which is almost a 35 and a 33X12.5R22LT. Both are E load range and over 60lbs vs the quoted 37 for the stock Pirellis. Would definitely hurt the range.
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I feel like “mud tires” with that little sidewall are borderline mall-crawly. Like they’d fit better on one of those tail dragger diesel builds than a proper offroader. Entirely possible I’m a snob as well 🤷🏼‍♂️
 

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Any full profile shots of 21’s with carbon inserts removed?
 

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Can't remember where I got this, but had it saved. Also, not carbon inserts, that was just a concept. Actual inserts are plastic.

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Nice - thanks for the post. Way better than the inserts. Wonder how much range is lost with them removed.
 

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Nice - thanks for the post. Way better than the inserts. Wonder how much range is lost with them removed.
Agreed, that's why I'm sticking with the "included" wheels. If range impact with aero-inserts removed are similar to tests performed on Tesla Model 3, should be around 3% or so. Not too bad.
 

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Once I heard the inserts could be removed, I went back and updated my build. I plan to tell my guide I don’t want to see them installed when it arrives.
 

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That sound will take some getting used to with the windows rolled down.
I hope there is a way to disable it in the wild. I could not find it in the manual. Big selling point of the adventure with Rivian was listening to the nature as you quietly roll through.
 
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Once I heard the inserts could be removed, I went back and updated my build. I plan to tell my guide I don’t want to see them installed when it arrives.
Wow!! This is the first time I see these. Forgot about the inserts. I am in agreement these look great. Is the photo a current build with the 21" Road's? Confused about the prototype or was just that the Carbon inserts were prototype? Have been debating between these and the AT's!! and I think you will make me change my mind
 
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