They look great, I'm glad they fit without rubbing!
My Overland is 100% stock, no lift, no wheel spacers, and I'm happy to report that, while I can barely fit a paper between the splash guard and the tire at full lock, I have zero rubbing. On to the pictures!
BUT, I have to warn others, OTHER'S RESULTS MAY VARY!
If there is only the thickness of a piece of paper between the tire and rubbing, well, the typical variances in just the build of the vehicle can exceed that, NOT to mention more variance from wear and minor damage on a typical vehicle, increasing that.
So the same tires on another Commander may rub, but likely only minor rubbing at worse.
Also keep in mind, tire sizes are in standard increments, actual tire designs vary a bit from those standard sizes and they round the dimensions to closest tire size. So another tire of the same size that is a different brand or model will have slightly different dimensions and could rub if the clearance is so small.
Also remember, the width on the tire size is the width of the tire at its widest point, NOT the tread (or outside edge of the tire). The widest point is typically somewhere down the tire sidewall, and the actual width of the tire when mounted and inflated will change with the width of the rim that is mounted on. Two tires with the same listed width could have tread widths that are signficantly different, thus one would NOT rub, while the other could rub horribely.