I saw this shared in one of the Facebook groups, some photos of a R1T in Dana Point, California
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The real crime here is that rusting trailer. It shouldn't be anywhere near a RivianI wouldn't use a ramp that would require you to dunk even the slightest portion of those nice calipers into the NaCl.
I also wouldn't tow such an ugly-looking sneaker boat behind such a nice truck, but that is just me
All depends on the ramp, some are much steeper or drop off sooner than others.Why do you need to dunk your truck in the water at the ramp today? I can see having your rear tires going in up to the edges of the wheels, but if you are going up and over your calipers you might have something wrong with your trailer.
Yes, exactly... and, some trailers are bunk vs. roller so you need to float the boat off vs. just jamming on the brakes and having the boat roll off into the water. I usually have to get the rear wheel of our Honda Pilot up to about the hub to get our 20' Grady on a bunk trailer into and out of the water.All depends on the ramp, some are much steeper or drop off sooner than others.
Welcome @davidpricedmp61! I haven't seen anything changed from the 11,000 pound towing capacity they claim. But at that weight they say it'll cut the range in half.Yeah, never submerge your wheels in salt water regardless of what you hear from Rivian. Bad idea.
Any word from Rivian on a higher tow rating? I have a 7500# boat and don't want to push the edge.