Projector beam headlights provide illumination that is superior to traditional reflector headlights, which is why they’re found on more and more new cars and trucks every year. But if your car or truck didn’t come with them, or you’re just tired of your headlights’ same old factory appearance, then feast your eyes on the lights on this page, and punch in your year, make, and model to see the variety of projector lights we have for your vehicle. We offer projector beams for both composite and sealed beam applications.

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Conventional headlights use a large parabolic reflector and an optic lens to direct light from the bulb. Projector headlights have a small elliptical reflector and a clear lens, which produces a sharper, more focused beam of light without the scatter loss that is common with parabolic reflectors. With projector beams, you get more light directed where you need it for better visibility and safer driving in darkness and inclement weather, without blinding oncoming drivers. Plus projector lights also provide other benefits.

The projector beam’s small size leaves a lot of room within a composite headlight housing, space that our light manufacturers’ designers have used to craft distinctive, one of a kind lighting creations. They’ve even worked their magic to create unique lighting arrays within the more confined space of our round and rectangular sealed beam conversion headlights. And while the style and makeup of each light will vary according to manufacturer and vehicle, most of our projector headlights also include Halo, U-Bar and/or LED lights, artfully arranged on black or chrome substrates. Our designers have combined their creativity with technology to fashion the many distinctive creations we offer.

Halo lights, also called Angel Eyes, are distinctive light rings that surround the projector beam lens. First popularized by European luxury cars, Halos not only provide a unique styling touch, they also make your car or truck more visible to other drivers, increasing your safety on the road. The Halo can be illuminated by LED bulbs or with CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting) technology. CCFL Halos are filled with gas like a neon sign, and display the same kind of glow. A new variation on the Halo theme are U-Bar projector headlights, which feature a U-shaped light strip, similar in construction to a Halo ring, that surrounds approximately ¾ of the projector beam.

LED running lights have become a staple in the headlight housings of new cars and trucks, with many models displaying designs so distinctive you can recognize the vehicle make from the headlights alone. Our designers worked overtime to ensure that each of our projector headlights so equipped has an attractive LED array. Beyond the artistry, LEDs have many benefits including increased visibility for your vehicle, low power consumption, long life – as much as 50,000 hours or more and far longer than incandescent bulbs, and insensitivity to vibration, so you’ll never have to be concerned with bulb failure.

Not so long ago owners of classic vehicles with sealed beam headlights were limited to upgrading to halogen sealed beams, and they could only wish for all the lighting options available for modern composite headlights. But that was then. Today, if you’re a sealed beam car or truck owner you too can get the benefits of projector beams with our sealed beam conversion kits. These kits are available for both 2 and 4 light, round and rectangular, sealed beam applications and most include many of the same features of our composite headlights including halos and LED lights. Some units intended for off-road use are even available in a choice of colors.

If all of these attributes add up to the kind of headlights you want for your car or truck, then don’t hesitate. In addition to styling, our manufacturers put the engineering time in to ensure that each of the lights we offer perfectly fits the application, for a bolt-on replacement procedure. In some cases, minor wiring modifications may be necessary, but your lights will mount in the same manner as the factory originals. Each light design undergoes many hours of testing to ensure durability, and with the exception of those lights expressly indicating for off-road use only, all of our lights meet federal regulations, making them completely legal for highway use.

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Was impressed with the packaging on this product, had no issue with the install except on one of the headlights, none of the LEDs worked at all. I would say if you get this product order extra bulbs.
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