Will 315/75/R16 fit on my stock 2000 f-150 7700 4x4

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  1. ustinj7700

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    I found these on craigslist today they are Nitto Mud Grapplers and I was curious if they would fit stock or if I would need a body lift or could just tighten the torsion bar. The problem is if I got the tires or the lift I wouldn't be able to afford the other and I would much rather prefer the larger tires before the lift.

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    body lift is only about $200 on amazon.com man. you can probably squeeze the 35s in if you crank your tbars all the way up they will rub though if they do fit.
     
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    I would just get some nice 33s and aftermarket wheels
     
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    save up to get the body lift and then throw some 35s on. or just wait till you can afford the tires and the body lift.

    my truck sat on 33s for a while after i put my body lift on. its worth it though.
     
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    Aftermarket wheels are pretty hard to find for the 7 luggers and very expensive, and also does the 7700 need a specific body lift?
     
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    They should fit if your crank the torsion bars, but it will be a tight squeeze. You should have plenty of room in the back because the 7700s sit higher in the rear
     
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    Those do look very nice but I'm mostly trying to get my truck more off road capable, things that will make the biggest difference with the least amount of money, looks don't really matter as much to me just increasing the capabilities. I'm off to college pretty soon so I'm going to need to save as much money as possible for that.
     
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    Yeah, Now I'm thinking I don't want to cut it that close and should just get a body lift first and worry about finding a deal on tires later. I still am wondering if the 7700 requires a specific body lift though.
     
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    no everytnhing on the truck is the same as the regular f150s aside from some mechanical differences.
     

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