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I just replaced the 195/55/15 tires on my 2000 ES with 205/50/15 Dunlop SP Sport A2s from TireRack (www.tirerack.com) about three weeks ago. Excellent tires. They're H-rated -- but actually rate better (much better) than the stock Bridgestones in traction, both wet and dry; snow handling; hydroplaning resistance; treadwear ... well, just about everything. Plus they cost less ... $87 apiece. I completely love these tires! Go to tirerack.com and check them out -- be sure to read the 70-some-odd reviews by people who have purchased them. (I'm one of 'em.) Then read TireRack's test of the tire and check out the specs ... I think you'll be impressed. After telling a guy with a Nissan 200SX on another topic about them, he's about to buy a set too. These things actually rate better than the Michelin Pilots that cost about $35 more each.
Oh -- and if you're worried about a different tire size, don't -- this is called "plus zero sizing" where nothing really changes all that much. You can check it yourself using this calculator:
Good luck with whatever you decide!
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