Question 2000 Corolla Le on 17 inch Alloys Hey Guys, From reading the many different threads on here, I understand that 17-7 +42 alloy wheels are a good fit on the '00 Corolla. I currently have stock steelies (185/65/14). I want 205/40/17 and I don't want to lower the car just yet. Given that, I believe I will not have a problem with rubbing the tires on the struts or the wheel wells. Can someone confirm - or should I look at 205/45/16 (16/7 ET40)? However, for the folks that have this setup (17" wheels w/o dropping the car 1. Is the ride significantly more rough? 2. Is the steering wheel much harder to turn? 3. Was it worth it from a handling perspective? 4. Any rubbing? I only plan to have this setup for the warmer weather as I have winters for the snow. I installed new struts and coils last year (just maintenance) and the handling improved but I'm sure wider wheels will make more of a difference. Let me know. Thanks!