Save your money and cut them yourself, many have done it, just search, you can look in the staggered fitment post a couple of threads down, the top E has a pic of the fender he cut himself, just make sure you only cut where the middle 2 rivets are.
they brought the rear camber to close to zero. it should have -1 degree negative or more depending on your liking. your toe all round should be zero. with -1 degree rear you shouldnt rub.if you were to plus size your wheels you would nt be happy.when you get the alignment make sure they dial alittle negative camber in the rear.fronts can be zero.
your toe settings with the drop are going to tear up your tires pretty quick. so hope your getting new tires fairly soon, or it might get noisy. you had more than -1 rear camber with the factory setup. measure that as a starting point and play around with the camber your self to get the max camber to rubbing. I put 235's on and rubbed, another guy did the same thing with the stock 225's and didn't rub on the sc. - camber doesn't wear tires out fast, toe does. they just wear on the insides first, not evenly. rotating can help that. most modern imports seem to have lots of negative rear camber these days.