As stated, the reason he can run that low with 255's is because of his camber. Look at the side pictures; you can see the top of his tires are pointing inwards and thus not rubbing. The only solution to that is to get camber plates.
If you want to do it on the cheap, either take the spacers off (but I know how that goes because then they're not flush) or raise it up 1/2" or however much you need (I'm assuming your on coilovers). The more expensive way without getting camber plates would be to pull the fenders. Hell, you could get a 215/40 tire too and see if that helps.
Let's see a picture.
And FWIW, Dan does not run that low all the time. In fact I'm willing to bet he raised it after driving on it for a few miles after this photoshoot.
thank u and im on vogtland 55mm drop with 225 tires with 20mm spacers in the rear and 10.5 in the front and i rubb like crazy in the rear.
now...i traded the huffs for 18 asa gt1s and those have 225s as well. im going to put the 10.5 spacers in the rear with those once i get new bolts and x my fingers i dont rubb. thanks for the clarification!