No sir, no spacers on my car. The type of offset you decide to use will negate the use of spacers. The offset pretty much pushes the outer/inner rim inward or outward. Going higher like +40 ~ +45 will make the center of the wheel even or aligned with the upper lip of the wheel. if you bring the number down the center will start to go inward thus pushing out the lip of the rim (the outer diameter)
See how the center of the rim concaves into the wheel itself? Also, pushes the outer rim towards the fender filling your wheel well gap.
and this is a +45 offset looks like (stock) a +50 is pretty much no concave... creates no dish. and the wheel pretty much tucks inside your wheel well.
All in all +35 and +38 are perfect going with a 8" ~ 9" wheel width with 225 ~ 245 tires... of course depending on what size you go with either 17 or 18 will determine what profile series you will get... 35, 40 or 45.
which is why Barry mentioned 225/45/17 vs 235/40/17 and 245/40/17 all are close to stock if not already stock sizes.
Also, your wheel setup you're thinking of will fit perfectly because it doesn't seem you're planning much of a drop, now you're not limited to just coilovers, there are lower spring options you can get yourself into. Yet, at stock height you won't have any clearance issues... just remember the stock shock seat is bigger/wider than that of a coilover so, you may experience rubbing if you do lower on springs at 8 to 9 inch width wheels.