I can help with the fronts, you're better off going 265/30 instead of 255/35.
I've tried both 265/35 and 255/35 and both rub.
I have 285/35 for rears and I get a bit of rubbing, but with a bit more neg camber I should be good. Go with 285/30 if you want to be safe, but I think 295/30 should be good too.
I have TE37's in 19x9.5 ET +22 and 19x10.5 ET +22. The tires I'm using have a square profile on the shoulders.
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