Vehicle Fitment: 2009-2010 Dodge Ram 1500 2010-2010 Dodge Ram 2500 2010-2010 Dodge Ram 3500 2010-2018 Ram 1500 2010-2018 Ram 2500 2010-2018 Ram 3500 [Compatible on Models w/ Dual Beam & Quad Beam Headlight Model] [Not Compatible on Models w/ Factory Projector Headlights] [2-Door Regular Cab | 4-Door Quad Cab | 4-Door Crew Cab | 4-Door Mega Cab] OEM Equivalent Part Number: CH2502217, CH2503217, CH2518135, CH2519135, CH2502242, CH2503242
Color: Black Housing | Smoked Lens [Smoked Lens Obstructs Light Output | Off-Road Use Only]
Product Feature: Include both driver and passenger side headlights. Single Halo Rings surround projector SMD Style LED Strips for DRL - Cool White Our Polycarbonate Lens offer Superior UV protection and a High Impact Resistance Highly Reflective Reflectors offer OEM compliances with DOT and SAE standards Bulb Type: Low/High Beam H9 Direct replacement over factory headlights. Plug and play installation. Complete OEM fitment and better than OEM finish Integrated Plug & Play Connectors, no external harnesses required Much brighter compared to OEM bulbs, or other competing aftermarket headlights.
Optional T2Pro LED Low Beam: Brighter: T2PRO LED Chip For Best Visibility. Superior over OEM Halogen. Direct Fit: Easy Replacement for Low Beam Halogen Light Pattern: Ultra-Slim CSP Chip Design Long Lasting: Fan + Heat-Sink design for best cooling Adjustable Base: Ensure light pattern correction.
You are looking at a complete set including left and right side aftermarket projector headlights. The design of projector designed headlights was originated from racing vehicles driven at night. Our headlights come included with halogen bulbs and a wiring harness for a quick plug-n-play installation. Many of the aftermarket projector headlights will not use the same OEM bulb. The front lens is a clear, top-quality plexi glass. Halos or angel eyes will require wiring to an alternate power source. Whether you are looking for specialty projector headlights or replacement headlights, you will find sleek, custom look to it at night as people see you projectors in their rear view mirrors.