- Way better, brighter & safer than factory lights
- Doesn’t include light bulbs
- OEM, Projector, Halo, LED, Crystal, U-Bar & Plank style designs
- OEM spec weather tight connections
- CAD Engineered for a perfect fit on every model
- Plug-N-Play design makes for a fast & easy at home installation
- Completely street legal with DOT & SAE compliant to FMVSS-108
- CFFL technology available on select models offering the latest in advanced lighting technology for a clear efficient beam
- Sold in pairs
Upgrade your factory headlights with a set of Anzo USA headlights. Available in Projector with Halo's, LED and CCFL technology featuring G2 Projectors as well as Crystal clear, black, chrome and more. You can even find projector headlights with LED u-bar designs, led light strips (eyebrows) & Plank style LEDs.
These powerful Anzo head lamps are brighter than factory head lights and are designed using the latest computer assisted design technology. Anzo uses this CAD technology to not only ensure that you get the best functioning headlights, but that they also look great and fit perfectly.
All Anzo headlights are subjected to rigorous testing to withstand all sorts of bad weather and bad roads. The testing they are put through also ensures that your Anzo headlights will meet or exceed DOT and FMVSS standards.
Using a simple plug n play wiring harness, you can mount your Anzo head lights in minutes and be heading down the road with improved safety and security. Anzo offers several styles, including OEM or projector, and chrome or black finishes for most cars, trucks or SUVs.
Make your vehicle and family safer while driving at night by getting a set of Anzo projector, OE or crystal clear headlights for your vehicle now. The improvement in visibility and performance is well worth the investment!
Anzo headlights offer an easy at home installation. Easy plug in style connections match your factory wiring. Just remove your factory head lamps and replace with the ANZO USA headlights. The installation manual is clear cut and easy to read. If you would like additional information please call us at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.2|
|Price / Value||4.2|
|20 Customer Reviews|
|These are a terrific improvement over the stock lights in looks on the truck (big time over the yellowed old style halogens I had), and they do improve the lighting "performance"...just not quite as much as I'd hoped. Maybe an upgrade of the bulbs is next for me as well.|
They do fit right in, perfectly, and the bulbs just connect right into the existing harness...the only thing I wish I'd seen mentioned somewhere is that you do have to remove the bumper trim to get the lights in and out. Not difficult, but you will save time trying to wrestle them in if you know that first.
All in all, makes my truck look really sharp in the front end.
|Thanks for a great product, i'm really enjoying my new look to my truck. Good service and on time.|
|These new head lights are awesome. They look great coming down the road and really light up the road at night. Great product!|
|I purchased the Anzo 111194 one-piece headlights to replace the original 2-piece units in my sons 99 Dodge Dakota that had yellowed over time. I found the Anzo units to be well made and very stylish. The halo lamps and black background really modernized the look of the truck. The negatives involved installation. There were no installation instructions in the box. I found a two-page illustrated instruction sheet on the manufacturer website that explained how to remove the old headlights, splice the wires, and how to bolt the new headlamps in using the original mounitng hardware. Everything proceeded as described unitl we tried to fit the new lamps into the receses in the front fenders. It was obvious that the new lights as recieved,were not going to fit. We discovered that the top adjuster on both lamps would not fit into the slots provided in the top of the fender recess like the OEM lamps did. First, the slot does not extend all the way to the rear of the recess but the boss that accepts the top adjuster screw on the lamp does. This required us to grind off about 5/8" of the back of the top adjuser screw boss on each lamp which we did with a rotarry tool fitted with asanding drum. Afterwards the lamps still would not fit into the recess. The front of the top adjuster (near the head of the adjuster screw) was also hitting the front of the slot in the top of the fender recess. This required us to adjust all three adjusters 1/4" on each headlamp to pull the headlamp further into the mounting bracket. After performing both of these modifications both headlamps fit correctly into the recess and the mounting holes lined up with the mounint holes on the truck allowing us to install the headlamps. The other unfortunate thing that happend was that the inner adjusted on the left hadlamp became very difficult to turn for the full 1/4" requiried and the phillips scredriver eventually slipped and stripped out the head of the adjustre bolt rendering it usellss for future adjustemnts. An improvement would be to use torq-head adjusters screws like were used on the OEM headlamps to prevent stipping the screw heads.|
|I own a 2011 Ford F150 Harley Davidson truck and these " after market. " headlamps have enhance even more this super looking truck!|
I had my local Ford dealer installed them and it got great reviews :--)
They are much brighter than the stock ones.
|Not happy with head lights at all, I will return them. . |
Look good but not bright,they have lines the beam!
|Just purchased and installed headlight units on my 1993 F350. I was very happy to find these headlights for my year of truck. Price was less than OEM and appearance was far superior.|
Ive been driving with these lights for about a month now, the light, although not not the high voltage lights, have a very excellent pattern and intensity. BUT... the description on Real Truck web site was sketchy at best. It seemed the person writing was familiar with the Anzo lights and forgot some of us have never heard of them. A nice touch that could be added would be pictures of the light's various looks when lit. AND any kind of installation instruction would be nice. Heck not nice, necessary! Ive worked as an auto mechanic and still the job of taking out the old lights and installing the new was a BIG job. I had to go to the junk yard and buy a part I broke during the install. Now that I have done it I could do it in a couple of hours with no breakage. PLEASE INSTRUCTIONS! Now having said that I love my new lights and have had several compliments on them. And I will be ordering the tail lights next. (I just hope instructions will be coming)
|These headlights didn't fit the truck. There was a noticeable gap between the light and the side of the metal of the front quarter panel. Also, the dim setting on the lights is TOO dim, much worse than the old lamps I replaced. The bright setting is fine. Unfortunately, the return policy doesn't allow you to return electrical items after they have been installed. Installation took 3 hours, not 20 mins. as stated.|
|Once installed they look awesome. The mounting posts need to be better reinforced but they really look great. Instructions on alignment would be a nice thing to have as well.|