While dumb ole Jegs didn't think giving the offset was necessary, other sellers did. Offset:
+35mm which means the wheel mounting surface is moved outward 1.37795 inches. Resulting in a backspacing of 6.63 inches. Doubt they'll fit w/o adding spacers. Since you're shopping new wheels get ones that don't need spacers to work. A 2wd stock wheel is 15x7 with 0 offset ( the WMS is in the middle of the wheel). As you go up in size each additional inch in width will result in 1/2 inch increase in back spacing with a 0 offset wheel. A 9 inch wheel will have 5 inches of back spacing at 0 offset. Getting close to all that'll fit.
Wheels with a bunch of positive offset are meant for FWD or 4WD vehicles. At least till around 2010. Now most wheel have lots of offset.
You want to be looking at wheels with a deeper dish on the outside. These may not be your cup of tea but will give you the general idea of what a 0 offset wheel looks like depth wise.
Buy American Racing VN6158961 at JEGS: American Racing VN615 Series Chrome Torq-Thrust II Wheel Size: 18