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      11-15-2012, 06:08 PM   #1
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Michelin PSS 285/30/20 on the rear. Does it fit?

I've been searching forever to verify the fitment of a size combo that is available that won't rub. For the front, it looks like it's gonna be 245/30/20 since the PSS doesn't come in 255/30/20. I looked into 265/30/20 but after looking at the clearance I have now with Vred 255/30/20 and knowing that PSS run really wide, there's no way it will fit without rubbing. To go with the 245/30/20, the only size that comes close to matching up is 285/30/20. 305/25/20 would be ideal but Michelin doesn't make it and because they run wide I'm skeptical that those would even fit. There aren't too many people running these on 20s so I just wanted to know if anyone has fitted 285/30/20 PSS on their car and got it to it without issues.
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Not sure if its any help, but I've had Michelin PS2 285/30/20 on 10.5 wheel with ET28 and 12mm spacer without rubbing, oem competition suspension, granted PSS has wider shoulder but without spacers still shouldnt rub.
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Good to know. My rear wheels are also 10.5 wide ET28.
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Tire figment answers are to come by. Like someone said in another thread you have to kinda guess and check at some point. From all that I know you should be fine. I'm sure more expert opinions will chime in
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