205 is the way to go...and if the roads are really bad around you definitely a 40/45 series tires. anything lower will just end up destroying a rim if you hit a big enough pothole.
205/40/17 is a good size man.....good luck
205/40/17 is the optimum tire size. Least loss over OEM with greatest handling gains. Best bang for your buck. Plus, 215's will rub- My friend has a set on his EK with 17's.
I did a little research on the subject and here are the results. Proper tire fitments next to size.:
1st choice: Plus Three- (17's- 205/40/17)
Good for performance, good looking very low profile tire, perfect clearence. Braking in this combination is superior to all others. Had the second fast 1/4 mile time of the group. Second in skid pad and salomn aslo. Expensive however.
2nd choice: Plus Four. (18's 205/35/18)
Good looking, but harsh riding very low profile tire. Tire is very small almost rubber band like. You give up the 1/4 mile time, but gain in salomn and skid pad. Excellent handling. Very friggin expensive.
3rd Choice: Plus Two (16's 205/45/16)
Not the best looking, but good if you are on a budget. Handles marginally better than OE, and braking is superior. Later you will want 17's though. (trust me)
4th Choice: OE (14's 185/65/14)
Steelies are better than 15's. No handling gains are recognizable with 15's, while you gain weigth and spend money. Just get plus 3's.
(information gathered from Alan Paradise, Oscar Jackson, with my own testing)
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