Dodge Ram Angel Eye Halo / LED Projector Headlights

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Looking to replace the boring halogen headlights on your Dodge Ram 1500 2500? Does the OEM factory headlights cost too much and doesn’t give you that custom look? Check out the Dodge Ram 1500 2500 projector headlights at unbelievable low cost compare to regular boring factory Ram 1500 2500 Headlights. Get the custom Dodge Ram 1500 2500 headlights your ride deserve. Choose from different variety of projector headlights to flow with the style of your Dodge Ram 1500 2500. For most projector headlights, we offer them in chrome housing or black housing.

Offering aggressive front end styling for your everyday truck. Featuring plug and play easy installation process to save your time and money by installing the headlights yourself. DOT / SAE Approved aftermarket headlights ensure you are buying the highest quality Halo Projector headlights for your Dodge Ram Truck.

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Our Dodge Ram aftermarket projector headlights are direct replacement lights for your old and broken or worn lights, installation of them is simply plug and play without the need to deal with any adapters or custom fabricated parts while still providing the best fit possible. Simply remove your old headlights and replace them with our high performance projector headlight housing, place your old bulbs back in if you choose, and they're ready to go.

Compared to standard halogen lights, the output provided by high performance HID conversion kits produces lighting that is up to three times as bright when paired with projector headlights. Even the absolute brightest and highest intensity traditional halogen bulbs only produce 2100 to 2530 lumen (the unit used to measure the amount of light perceived by the human eye) used with projector headlights, a meager amount next to the 3200 provided by just the standard hid lights given out by our HID conversion kits and projector headlights. Additionally, the paler light output generated by halogen lights require a relatively large amount of electricity to put out, at anywhere from 55 to 70 watts, pending on the application. HID conversion kits, on the other hand, only require a mere 35 watts to produce the bright, luminous xenon headlights they are known for.
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