- Two Distinct Headlight Styles
- Full Replacement Headlights
- Black or Clear Housing
- LED & CCFL Halo Projector Headlights
- Exact Custom Fit
- Sold in Pairs
IPCW replacement headlights are a superior upgrade to your factory headlights. In Pro Car Wear halo projector headlights with LED's & CCFL technology. An upgraded housing directs more light forward increasing your visibility on the road ahead. Highly efficient light bulbs on these aftermarket headlights also create more light and give you a brighter cleaner light when driving. Both features combine to hopefully prevent any night time collisions.
Offered in 2 unique styles there is a price range and look to set your truck or SUV apart. The diamond cut replacement headlights are similar to factory but have better looks and functionality. Projector headlights offer a modern look including a halo feature and on a few models LED's highlighting the one of a kind housing. Most projector halo headlights are offered in black or clear housing matching your vehicles personality.
IPCW headlights give your ride the style and functionality of the most elegant of vehicles but at just fractions of the cost. Choose halo headlights from IPCW today!
The IPCW headlights offer an easy installation, mounting in the existing headlight sockets of your vehicle. The lights are plug-n-play. The halo & LED bulbs need to be hardwired to any function that you wish you use. For additional information please call us at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.1|
|Price / Value||4.3|
|13 Customer Reviews|
|Was great and still is looks good was easy to install would recommend to anyone|
|Look great, easy install. Only bad thing is u can't keep moisture out of them, only one does it, bulbs r sealed tight, no holes in it so it has to be coming in around the lense.|
|I purchased IPCW Headlights, Part # IPC-CW5-501C2, Projector with Halos, Chrome with Clear for a 1998 Ford F150, for $197.03 on 9/27/13. Unfortunately, the directions were terrible - didn't match the headlights and they were written in improper english. Real Truck customer service could not help (said the headlight company directions were bad on line as well) so I took them to my local garage to install. This is unusual for me because I can work on cars, I just didn't have a lot of time. Turns out the left headlight low beam was improperly manufactured so the garage had to remove the headlights from my truck after they found the defect. I had to return the headlights to RealTruck (now we're at $125 labor).|
At that point I called RealTruck to complain - decided to buy different lights from another manufacturer - part # ANX-111031, IPCW Headlights, IPC-CWS-501C2. The customer support person said they would send me directions on how to mail the bad ones back via UPS, but that they could not send the new lights until the old we're enroute. I asked her to mail the new lights ASAP because I had an extremely busy schedule. She said that she would check. However, the new lights were not sent until I received the UPS directions and mailed the old lights.
Because of my experience with the first set of lights I decided to have my mechanic install the second set in the event there was a manufacturing defect. The second set of lights were fine.
Few of points: (1) I asked to be reimbursed for the cost in installing and removing improperly manufactured lights, not the second set. Real Truck said the best they can do is give me a $30 credit. Told them that was not acceptable and I'd like to talk to management. I am still waiting for them to call me back. (2) Be careful about ordering any headlights because directions could be poorly written and you'll spend way to much time sorting it out. (3) Had I not had a professional install the first headlights I may not have found the defect - so if you install headlights on your own look carefully at both low beam and high beam settings. (4) Real Truck does not manufacture these headlights, their just a pass through, so they pass the responsibility for problems onto the manufacturer. For example, they need permission from the manufacturer, before you can ship the item back, etc. Bottom line: I would not order headlights from Real Truck unless you can confirm that the directions are accurate and designed for that headlight. Secondly, I would not order unless I confirmed that the manufacture does not have a history of manufacturing defects.
|The product is great and design is very good|
|These lights are a great replacement for the originals, makes the truck look sharp.|
|Bought my husband headlights for Christmas and after having them on his truck for a month one of them went out. Had alot of problems trying to get it replaced. Wont buy from this company again.|
|Easy install,great price and very bright lights.|
|I received these headlights on the day they were scheduled to get here so that was good. Thats where the good ended. Upon initial inspection, the product seemed of good quality but as a novice, the installation instructions seemed foriegn to me. I paid to have them professionally installed. Once on my F150 they looked great. On the way home I drove through a small rainstorm and after arriving at my house I noticed some fog on the inside of the clear plastic housing. I called realtruck who said they could replace the part for me. The problem is that I need to send these defective ones back first. This means I will have to pay to have these removed and my oem lights reinstalled only to have to pay AGAIN to have the oem lights removed and the replacement lights installed. This is NOT very condusive for a tight budget and in my personal opinion not a very good way to conduct business seeing as I paid good money for what I thought was a defective free part. Barring any miracle from realtruck.com and them sending me a replacement set in good faith so that I dont have to pay two more times for installation, I will be returning their defective lights for a refund and not purchasing any more products from them as well as urging my friends who are modding their vehicles to order elsewhere where the companies arw more consumer friendly.|
|The design, fit and looks of this unit are wonderful. That's where things begin to change. The lack of wiring instructions was difficult but the service dept was great in getting some basic info.|
The real problems are specific to the vehicle. The Durango uses two turn signal bulbs in each side, the new unit uses one. This creates less resistance for the flasher unit and it flashes so fast that you almost can't see the signals acutally flashing.