SMOKED Projector Headlights Ford Superduty 11-13 CCFL
RECON Ford Superduty 11-13 F250/F350/F450/F550 PROJECTOR HEADLIGHTS Smoked Black Chrome Inner Housing w/ CCFL HALOS & Daytime Running Lights - Smoked / Black
***Just Released*** - RECON's NEW Ford SUPERDUTY 2011-2013 Projector Headlights w/ CCFL Halos & Daytime Running Lights!!! We're proud to introduce RECON's new 2011-2013 Ford Superduty F250 F350 F450 F550 projector headlights. This new design features a 40% improvement in light output along with a wider more usable beam pattern as compared to your factory installed OEM headlights & the use of cutting-edge CCFL technology makes the Halos & DRLs the brightest available in the automotive aftermarket. These NEW Ford Superduty projector headlights feature a tougher cleaner appearance which will set your truck apart from the crowd. Thank you all for your valuable feedback & input...we designed & engineered these new projector headlights based on your suggestions & valuable input...when our customers speak, we listen! Get Lit w RECON Today!!!
These 2011-2013 Ford Superduty RECON Projector Headlights are sold as a set & use 9006 Style Headlight Bulbs for the Projector Low-Beam and H1 Style Headlight Bulbs for the High-Beam.
RECON projector headlights come with 4 standard halogen bulbs already installed; however, if you wish to upgrade to HIDs or XENON Headlight Bulbs for your projector Low-Beams, then you must order 1 set of any of the the following part #'s: 2649006HID, 2649006DW, 2649006PB, or 2649006SY. If you wish to also upgrade to HIDs or XENON Headlight Bulbs in the High-Beam portion of these new Ford Superduty Projector Headlights, then you must also order 1 set of the following part #'s: 264H1HID, 264H1DW, 264H1PB, or 264H1SY.
Keep in mind there are two bulbs in each projector headlight (one 9006 style bulb for the low-beam & one H1 style bulb for the high-beam), so you will need to buy two sets of headlight bulbs for each set of Ford Superduty projector headlights you are upgrading the bulbs in assuming you want to upgrade both the low-beam and the high-beam.