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.I measured my 20" tires (not wheels) to fender, and the front has about 3-4mm available to go out before poking out too much, and the rear had about 7-8mm.
My experience with aftermarket wheels is that issue with incorrect combination of J and ET is that the inside of the tyre fouls the dampers. At the front this can happen when making a tight turn, at the rear when the car is heavily loaded. So it's not only a question of protruding outwards. With the correct tyre size, rim width, and ET, there shouldn't be any issues.
 

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Ok but I mean, look aside, would it be problematic, do you thing the tires could to the fender when, let’s say, passing over a speed bump?
I'm not sure if there will be any rubbing. I feel like once in a while, I hear rubbing of some sort, but it's been hard to tell. I don't see the effects of rubbing under my fender, but I hear something (could just be the wheel turning and really slow speeds). I would definitely ask a wheel specialist before purchasing.
 

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Can someone please comment on how much the OEM wheels weigh? The 19" and 20" wheel weights?

I looked at the TSW Sebring in 19" x 8.5" and one site mentioned 32 lbs. How does that compare to the stock 19" wheels?
 
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