Read through this thread and then ask any remaining questions there. Whats the offset of those wheels? Get the feeling they only do a lowish offset for that model, maybe in the mid 30's.
And 215's will look crap unless you're into the hella stretched look. Even 235 rubber sits a bit in from the lip of the rim
This is mine sitting on 18x8.5 +47 with 235/40/18 looks like with 1 degree of camber for the front. Its currently fine at stock height but if lowered will definately need more camber/ rolled fenders.
You need adjustable arms or bushings for the rear to get any camber adjustment though.
Not confirmed yet but have been looking into whether camber adjusted from the top gives different results to camber adjusted at the bottom. 1.5 degrees resulting from the top arm being pulled in will give you more fender clearance than 1.5 degrees resulting from the bottom arms being extended. Thats my theory atleast, haven't come across any real data backing this up yet