I had to replace my tires on my 2020 model 3 performance and decided to go with Michelin Pilot All Season 4s instead of the pilot sport 4S.. Ever since i replaced them i have this loud humming/vibration that starts around 60mph, gets rally bad and loud at 67-68, and then goes down a bit past those speeds. Tesla claims its because they are not acoustic tech tires but i really find this hard to believe. There is no noise from 1-55mph... And at 67-68 the noise really resonates causing a vibration feeling, it also seems to be coming from the front passenger side of the vehicle. I had a bad impact with a pot hot around 65mph on the passenger side.. Tesla looked at the car several times along with the tire shop that put on the new tires. Tesla of course found nothing wrong other than that i didn't put acoustic tires on. The tire shop found i have a VERY SMALL bend in the rim, almost not noticable (it went unnoticed the first time they looked at it), and they put that tire in the back but it doesnt seem to stop the noise. Tesla also rotated all 4 tires to each position and nothing is fixing it. I feel like something is bent or out of place even though tesla claims to have replaced wheel bearings and other things they thought could be the problem (find it hard to believe they just started replacing parts on my car with only 18k miles..). Anyone have any experience with this. Its unbearable to drive im at the point where i don't even want to drive the car because it can become so loud. I have a video of the noise as well I will post in the comments..