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What size are your tires? I'm running a snow setup right now and rubbing everything to heck. Nobody in my area is willing to roll and pull fenders and I don't have a garage or workspace (apartment life). But I'm going back to 19s for the summer and need new tires since mine are a little too thin since I listened to the tire shop instead of my gut.The wheels will fit on stock suspension, but will look goofy since you're not lowered. I suggest getting coilovers/bags first instead of riding on aggressive wheels on stock height. I actually ordered from RavSpec myself. Did my research beforehand so I didn't have to ask them what fits and what doesn't. They're being on the safe side so you don't end up ordering wheels that you don't like the fitment on and end up complaining to them. I'm running 19x9.5 +12 and 19x11 +18 on BC coilovers just fine. I rubbed in the fronts since my camber wasn't negative enough so I rolled the fenders. If I had ran past -2.5 camber, I probably wouldn't have had to roll them.
From what you said, you wanted the wheels and plan on getting coilovers down the road. Lots of people on the forums have ran 19x9.5 +22 and 19x10.5 +22 with 275/35 and 245/35 tires on stock height. Sits flush (maybe very little pokeage) with the fender. So if you ever planned on going lower later, it would still look nice. Guess it really depends on what kind of look you're going for. Stanced? Super aggressive/slammedenuff? Just flush? If you're wanting aggressive then get the coilovers first and then wheels.
Here's a pic of the day I first put the wheels on. I have since lowered it to fill the gap but still fits nicely.