SVE S350 20x10 fitment issue

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    Hey guys! I ordered a set of 20x10 SVE S350 from LMR and Michelin pilot sport a/s 3+ from Costco, but sadly the mechanists at Costco tire center said the front wheels will not fit, since they are too wide and will hit the strut!

    I have a 17 EBM Premier no PP, but I double check the LMR site and there shouldn't be any fitment issues for my car?

    I see many people here have the S350 wheels set up so does anybody have any suggestions for the situation? Thanks a lot!
     
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    +40 should fit. Tight, but will fit. What size tires?
     
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    It will be close but it wont hit the struts.
     
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    But the guys at the tire center showed me and I saw the wheels hit the struts. The wheels were not fully mounted though.
     
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    This is weird...Most of the people have no complain about the fitment and I have no idea if all of them use spacers to solve the problem
     
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    I run 19x10 R350's with 275/40/19 Pilot A/S 3+ and have not had an issue. Is this only with the 20" wheels or 350 vs R350 wheels? If you're running 275/35/20 it should be almost exactly the same width and diameter as my 19" setup.
     
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    5mm spacers will fit with stock studs no problem. If you have to do that.
     
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    You should be just fine. I have 19x10 on 275/40s with a +48mm on all four. I have to run a 5mm spacer up front (so effectively +43mm) but it fits. Barely. But it does fit. So a 40mm should be just fine so long as you dont have like 305s on the wheel. What size tire are you running?
     
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    Hey PonyFresh!

    I shot you back a reply to your DM. We are running the same setup on Street Comps here at LMR with no rubbing so we definetly want to talk to you and figure out what is going on and get you taken care of.
     
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    So what's the final word on these requiring spacers? I purchased the 275/35/20 INVO SVE S350 setup a few days ago and they get here on the 14th. I'm lowered about an 1.25'' on the Peders Coilovers currently. I'd just like to know in advance so I can go ahead and order the spacers now. Thanks guys!
     
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    is it rubbing up in the air or while down on the ground?
     
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    Right. My 285/35-19's rub when the car is jacked up. But clear when on the ground.

    Worst case add a 3-5mm spacer.
     
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    I find it odd as well because I run HRE FF15 20x10 (40mm) with a 275/35 tire up front. No issues whatsoever.
     
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