so if i need spacers does that mean that the wheel will be tucked in too much...???
Pros of wheel spacers:
Redistributes center of gravity
Better traction and cornering
Vehicle can still use factory rims
Wider tires can be placed on the factory rims
Allows better control at greater inclined angles
Looks much better!
Cons of wheel spacers:
Excessive wear on suspension parts
Possible poor ride
Potential mechanical failure
In most cases, using a spacer of greater than 3mm thickness means you will be using a wheel that was not designed to fit your vehicle!
The same can be said for wheels having an offset to suited for the car. In other words, wheels that have an offset too postive or too negative.
For your situation you will have a greater chance of rubbing your tires against the inner Fender
when you go around turns and over bumps.
When your not moving the those tires will probably fit fine.