Below is the setup I'm running on mine and I've found it to be very close to the usable limits without causing myself headaches. Granted, your front tires are much smaller than mine, so your tire-to-fender gap will probably be fine, but the wheel to control arm clearance is still going to be an issue with 3" knuckles I'm pretty sure.
-I am using 2.5" drop spindles and Moog replacement stock springs.
-Front wheels are Torque thrust II 15x8 with +3.75" backspace
-Front tires are 255/60/15
-Front tires do slightly rub on the fenders, but only very slightly and only on the hardest dips. (They are also a bit larger than your tire size)
-The bigger issue you will run into is the lower control arm to wheel clearance. The wheels (Both the 8" Rally wheels I had previously as well as the Torque Thrusts) are extremely close to the control arm. In fact, I actually had to grind a bit of a notch into the arm or else the wheel would contact while turning tightly. I thought I had the issue solved when I went to the Torque thrusts, but upon leaving my driveway the first time, it wipes all of the sticky wheel weights off the inside of the wheel. I re-balanced them and positioned them more inboard with no more issues, but keep in mind that I only have 2.5" drop spindles. You are looking at 3" with potentially the same size wheel. You may be able to get away with using a wheel spacer, but that's your call.
Here are pics of just how close the wheels sit to the LCA as well as the steering arms on the knuckles:
And this is the height from the outside.
Hope this gives you some useful numbers for at least a starting point!