@SmartCap Are the only differences in commercial the color, the front windows not having a slider and the back windows not being tinted?
@OffroadAlliance.com you seem to have the commercial version in stock, is that right? So I could get it in a week or two?
I live in Brighton CO, just north of Denver. My son who has the Rivian lives in CO Springs.
It would be kinda cool to create the app…
Subscribe to the YT channel if you like the content. There will be more. It just takes quite a bit of time to put together well.
Yikes! I didnt break anything Moab, but I did get a nasty boo-boo doing some winter stuff in March. It actually made me decide to start the YT channel…
Definately have done better editing since but here’s the saga..
Yankee Hill Winter Wheeling with a Jeep, A Bronco and a Rivian - It Started Well
I DO!!! ;)
They take a while to put together.
Oh dear. When I did my first trail in Moab it was 18 years ago and it was Fins. I was like, what the hell have I gotten myself into. Now… not so much. But it’s fun to take new folks on those trails…
That Rivian, my sons, did really well!
On this trail, the pucker factor was high enough that some people refused to ride in the wagons through this section. They were called ‘chickens’.
I could see why trusting a horse might be tough. 400 foot drop..
Gladiator and Rivian..
Haha! Yeah, my son hasn’t had any troubles getting parts as of yet but know knows.
Another interesting thing, my Gladiator has about 2000 moving parts (the ones that typically break). That Rivian, about 30… I’m probably going to break about 80 times before he does.
Well, my son and I were wheeling in Moab and we got some video of us going up the same, pretty tall, step. I was a little more care free in my rig than my son wanted to be in his rig but in the end, we both made it just fine taking the same line... Him with some spotting :)
The Gladiator (from...