The Chicago Manual of Style prefers "fitted" in this case: "This verb
is undergoing a shift. It has traditionally been conjugated
fit–fitted–fitted, but today fit–fit–fit is prevalent in American
English {when she tried on the dress, it fit quite well}. In the
passive voice, however, fitted is still normal {the horse was fitted
with a new harness}."

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