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I've seen a few cars with that setup. It seems like 275/35 or 285/30 is more common with the 20" wheel though
Be careful with the 285/30/20, most of those tires will be about an inch shorter than stock. If you are lowered, it will look great. But if you are stock suspension, there will probably be some hefty wheel gap.

I've ran both 285/30 (goodyear supercar 3)
and a 285/35 (PSS)

If you are not lowered, I'd def go for the taller 35 series tire.
 

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Actually after seeing so many cars with 20x10 et35, Do you know if et25 can fit a PP1 front brake caliber?
Offset should not matter by itself. If an ET 35 wheel clears the brakes, the same wheel in an ET 25 version should clear no problem. ET 25 would poke, especially on the rear.
 

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Alright, let me go pic hunting to see how much it would be haha.

Thanks!
The stock PP2 front wheels are ET 24. Easy to find pics of those.
 

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