What Fits my 2015-20 Ford F150?

November 25, 2020

 

So you own or you just got a 2015-20 Ford F150. Now it's time for the fun, you get to customize your rig and make it everything that you ever wanted. But what the heck is going to fit your rig? This guide will 2 very different types of builds that may work for you based on your style with pictures to help you out as well.

This will show you the diversity that you can achieve with your build and help you to know what will fit on the rig. Also, be sure to check out our gallery to help you find the perfect fitment once you have an idea of what you want. Read on and check out the corresponding links to learn more.

 

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Table of Contents

 

  1. Fitment Information

  2. Leveling Kit W/ 17-Inch Wheels

  3. 2.5-Inch Lift W/ 17-Inch Wheels



Fitment Information

 

First things first, before you even get started on this build you are going to have to know the basics of your fitment. The bolt pattern for this generation of Ford F150s is a 6x135/ 6x5” so when you get wheels, be sure that they are compatible with this bolt pattern. As far as a lift or leveling kit, you always want to make sure that is compatible with your year, make, and model as well.

As you get bigger and bigger you can obviously fit larger wheels or tires, just always make sure to read the largest size tire you can get with your lift. If you are unsure, then this “What Fits Guide” will help you along the way because these builds have already proven to have worked. 

 

Leveling Kit With 17-Inch Wheels

 

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Wheels

 

The wheels seen here are the Fuel Vector D579 17x9 -12 in matte black with a simulated Beadlock. 

Founded in 2009 by MHT Alloys, Fuel Wheels is one of the most entrusted names in the truck off-road wheels market. For years, Fuel has been capturing the off-road enthusiast with its designs and advances in wheels. If you’re looking for off-road inspired wheels, look no further than Fuel Off-Road wheels.

The Fuel Vector is a one-piece, alloy wheel with a multi-spoke design and exposed lug nuts. This wheel weighs 32 pounds and has a 2500 load rating. It was introduced in 2016. For a set of this wheel, it will only cost you $948.

 

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Tires

 

The tires on this rig are the Atturo Trail Blade XT 35x12.5R17.

Based in Illinois and praised for its high quality and innovative products. Atturo began its journey in 2009 and has been creating some of the top tier tires at the best prices on the market. Atturo is so confident that you will love their tires, they give you a three-year warranty on all new Atturo tires.

 

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The Trail Blade XT is known for its off-roading abilities and its capability in inclement weather. It is a hybrid tire so it is the perfect mixture of a mud tire and an all-terrain tire. It has large shoulder blocks, siping, and a 3-ply sidewall for protection. This tire has a 121 load index and a q-speed index.

To get this exact tire it will only cost you $904 for a set.

 

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Suspension

 

The suspension system seen here is the Rough Country Leveling Kit. 

Rough Country Suspension Systems has always offered an affordable way to lift your truck, SUV, or Jeep. With lift kits for almost any make/model vehicle, you can find something to lift your truck on a budget! In addition to your standard lift kits, Rough Country also offers upgraded shocks and recently also offering Vertex Coilover systems for select vehicles.

This kit will only cost you $220. 

 

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2.5-Inch Lift W/ 17-Inch Wheels

 

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Wheels

 

This rig is also running Fuel Wheels. Seen here is the Fuel Rebel D681 17x9 1.

The Fuel Rebel is a one-piece, alloy wheel with a 6-spoke design and exposed lug nuts. This one is in the matte bronze finish with a simulated Beadlock. It was introduced in 2019 and has a load rating of 2300.

For this set of wheels, it will only cost you $1,012. And when you get a wheel and tire package you will not only save on that package, but you will also receive free shipping along with free mounting and balancing as well. On top of that, we also offer as low as 0% APR financing.

 

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Tires

 

The tires on this build are the Nitto Ridge Grappler LT315/70R17 (Load E).

Founded in 1949 for enthusiasts by enthusiasts. Nitto made a name for themselves by creating tires in the sizes and styles that no one else would ever dare to do. They believe that every type of automotive enthusiast deserves the perfect tire for their use and it should be designed perfectly for it. No matter what you use your vehicle for, do it the best with Nitto tires. 

 

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The Ridge Grappler has the best of both worlds, mud-terrain aggressive looks, and all-terrain performance. This makes for the perfect everyday tire for those looking to take their vehicle off-roads on the weekends and to work on the weekdays. The Ridge Grappler has a tough exterior and a design made for traction no matter where you are driving. 

For a set of these tried and true tires, it will only cost you $1,440.

 

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Suspension

 

The lift seen here is the ICON Suspension 2.5-inch lift. 

ICON Develops some of the most advanced off-road products on the market and has a rigorous research and development process to ensure their products are durable and cutting edge every single time.

 

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If you're looking to get superior performance, a good ride, and the best quality suspension, the ICON Suspension Lifts will be perfect for you! Give your ride a more aggressive look while improving handling and performance. Whether you like putting your vehicle to the test or just want to change your ride height for a new look, the ICON Suspension Lifts can get you the results you're looking for at an incredible price!

 

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We hope that this guide was helpful to you in figuring out a build that may work for you that you will love.

 

 

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