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      01-14-2021, 01:08 PM   #45
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FINALLY found a set. Brand new and never mounted, only downside is they are 2014 production. Guess we will see how they do, shipping says I'll get them next week.
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      01-14-2021, 01:27 PM   #46
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Niiiice. 2014 is still not too bad.. how much was the pair?
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      01-14-2021, 03:05 PM   #47
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600 for two, whats the year on yours?
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      01-15-2021, 03:42 AM   #48
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Late 2013
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      01-21-2021, 03:08 PM   #49
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Hi mate, have u had any luck with this yet? I’ve just ordered some 12j 20” et 20 wheels, was looking to get the 335/30/20 tyres aswell
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      01-21-2021, 03:45 PM   #50
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I'm still working on it. 335s will work. I have 20x12 ET25 now. I was able to move the car a bit with no issues but found that there was minimal rubbing on the spring perch rubber piece and a bit of the liner. I ordered 3mm spacers and I think that will solve the issue and hoping there will be no rubbing anywhere inside or out.
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      01-21-2021, 04:31 PM   #51
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Oh wow. I had no idea the 25mm offset was possible on 20x12. I got my wheels and I will get the 335s mounted to see how it is with the 25mm offset. I have 7mm spacer on order to replicate the ET18. For now, we know for sure 20x12 ET25 on 325 is possible on stock suspension. My test will be for same wheel specs on 335 and lowered on H&R.
Iíve just ordered my tyres now so should be here in couple days, then waiting for my wheels to arrive and Iíll see how it goes, mine will come out 5mm more as itís et 20 so should defo be no rub inside based on what ur saying, and outside should defo be fine. As I am currently running a 20 mm spacer with my stock wheel, the new setup with et 20 comes out by 18mm so the outside I know defo wonít hit and I have 2mm more I could go atleast. 🤞 for both of us.
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      01-21-2021, 05:20 PM   #52
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Getting my set mounted as we speak! Will let you know.
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      01-21-2021, 05:51 PM   #53
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Sweet. With me since I'm on H&R springs, I think the ET20 won't work. If you got to page 2 you'll see how much it sticks out past the arch.
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      01-21-2021, 07:39 PM   #54
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Just put about 40 miles on the new setup.

First thing I'd like to comment on, Spacecpe, very strange to me but it seems I have much less sidewall protrusion where the tire meets the lip of the rim. Weird considering we have the same specs from the same company even. Strange.
Second thing, the Michelin PSS 335/30/20 will NOT work on a 20x12et25. Hitting the inside spring perch, see first photo below. However it WILL work somewhere between the range of et20-et23. With a 5mm spacer there is the smallest amount of space between the tire and perch (second photo) however I did rub the outer fender very slightly (stock suspension as well), only during large dips in the road at speed, and it's very very minor. Grip so far is slightly better than the cup 2s, 2nd gear has gripped up fairly well though it is improving as the tires break in.
Thirdly, my oh my does it look amazing. Car has such a fat stance that I love.
Spacecpe, I believe you're on the right track with a 3mm spacer. The rub I'm getting is so minor that It isn't even leaving a mark on the tire, I will be ordering a pair as well. Just be very careful with that inner perch! It's close!
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      01-21-2021, 08:49 PM   #55
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Oh yea.. very odd that I have a fat wheel protection on the my tire. From what I found. The driver's side didn't touch anything with ET25, and for some reason the passenger side rubbed a bit on the liner and a bit of the rubber on the perch (like you said nothing crazy, didn't take off any material, just left a mark) the only reason I ordered the 3mm is because around tight corner (going a bit fast) and with weight transfer, the tire might flex a bit a make the rubbing worse. Otherwise, the 335s look humongous hahaha
The other solution would be to leave the 5mm spacer but get the fenders rolled ever so slightly to not contact them.
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      01-22-2021, 12:52 AM   #56
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I am also on h and r springs. This is my current look/setup with 20mm spacer on rear on stock wheel
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      01-22-2021, 12:55 AM   #57
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The reason for this most likely will be the tyre spec. Every car spec tyre looks diffrent, have a look see what spec tyre u are both using, 1 may be Porsche, other Bmw, or merc etc. I found this out when I had 1 no and 1 mo and both tyres looked completely diffrent
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      01-22-2021, 12:58 AM   #58
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I believe the PSS 335/30/20 only comes in NO (Porsche). For the Porsche carerra GT I believe?
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      01-22-2021, 08:56 PM   #59
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Alright fellas. 3mm in today and it looks like we're golden. Decent space between the tire and the perch and I put the whole weight of the car on one tire again, and no contact anywhere. Like M6_yyh said, I do believe there are different specs for the 335-30-20. Mine have a huge wheel protector compared to yours F13_Tyler, almost seems like it adds an extra 5mm to the setup.
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