Hello all, Thought I'd share this incase any one was experience the same problem as us. About two weeks ago we put on our winter tires. We ordered Rial Lugano 19"s for tire rack and Michelin X-ice from Canadian tire. After putting them on the car we heard a rubbing sound coming from the front wheels. After a closer inspection we discovered the front tires were just ever to slightly rubbing the inside of the wheel well when reversing and turing at the same time. It only happens under those circumstances which is not a huge deal but it was annoying. See the iCloud link below for some photos of the rubbing. iCloud Photo Sharing Did some research came across this thread http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/37279-Front-Tires-Rubbing-on-P85-when-reversing People had similar rubbing issues and not many people had success at SC trying to get it fixed. Only one person said they had a solution from the Portland SC where they heated up the inside wheel well liner and remoulded it to stop the rubbing. We called Tesla Service first. They said never heard of such an issue but would get back to us. We didn't want to wait for them so we decided to try and fix it our selves. So yesterday we popped the wheel off to get access to it and got out our small heat gun. We heated up the hard plastic slowly and then pushed on it with the back of a screw driver, keeping pressure for about 15 seconds until the plastic cooled down. We did this repeatedly about 4 times until the wheel well liner had been pushed in about 1/4". We used a small straight edge to gauge how far we pushed it in. We popped the wheel back on and tried to replicate the problem and the tire no longer rubbed and the sound was gone. It is still a little close I think especially when any bit of snow gets on the tires the rubbing will return so we might push it back a little further to give it some more room. Although as the tire thread decreases over time, the gap will also increase. Anyways just thought I'd post that we had success fixing this small annoyance incase anyone else had this problem. It was very simple to do and we had both driver and passenger sides done in about 30 mins. Going forward, not sure if this is something Tesla should be aware of that they can fix on future cars? Tesla service told us we should have put on their winter Pirelli's but thats pretty crazy we can't put on a tire that we want without problems. If the tires are the same size (245/45 R19) then there should be no problem using different brands of tires. Thoughts? Can people comment if they have used Michelin X-ice can experience this rubbing or even other tires?