Looks like I would be pretty close to what you've got.Check the actual height and width of the factory tires and compare it to the new tires. I worry more about width, both overall width and the width of the factory wheels. My 2018 came with 3-season 255/55R20 tires with a diameter of 31" and width of 10" and I replaced them with all-terrain 275/55/R20 tires that are 31.9" tall and 11.2" wide.
The 1 inch increase in width meant having the sides of the tires extend an additional 1/2 inch from the wheels and the additional 0.9" in height meant that the tires could have a radius that was 0.45" greater (and not going to affect anything).
Also wondering is this tire size worked. Being the 275 is the width and it’s the same sidewalk height I’d imagine it’s just slightly bigger of a tire
I doubt the OP will return to this thread. You have the actual dimensions, get the tape out and measure to see if it will fit. Remember half of the difference in width and height is what you will see near the strut.