Review & Install Video
Hey, guys. Adam here with americanmuscle.com. Today, I'm bringing you a quick overview and installation of the Black Dual Halo LED Projector Headlights, fitting the front end of all 2004 to 2008 F-150s. I'll be going over the styling and appearance you can expect from these dual halo headlights as well all the materials and construction. I'll top the video off with the installation, which I'll let you know upfront here is gonna be fairly simple but does require a very minimal amount of splicing. So because of the splicing, I'll bump it up to a two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter.
The Black Dual Halo Projector LED Headlights will be for any '04 to '08 F-150 owner who might be looking to spice up the front end of their F-150 by giving it a modernized look with a dual halo design. Something that's kind of bulging out, as opposed to some of the other ones out there with a Euro styling, a simplistic headlamp. This is very, very modern, advanced, and gives you a very aggressive front-end look that catches some eyes.
It's got a bulging outlook, as you can see. This front end bubbles up a lot just to give room for that second LED halo and projector bulb. Now, the housing inside is all black, giving a matte-black somewhat look, the lens on the outside completely clear, which is good for the guys out there who are worried about smoked lenses kinda dumbing down the visibility here. Not the case with this particular design. Aside from that actual housing, you get two projector lamps here, one high beam, one low beam. The high beam's kinda bulging out here, as I mentioned. Both of which are surrounded by a halo ring.
Now, that's kinda where the splicing comes into play because these will light up in conjunction with kinda like your daytime running lights, which gives it a very, very attractive feel, even when the headlights themself are off. Now, in addition to that, you're also getting an accent lighting here in the corner, which just acts as, you know, another design piece to light up a little bit. That'll also work in conjunction with the halos. In addition to that, you get your turn signals, your reflectors, everything built in here, but all with a modernized design.
Now, I, myself, have never owned my own F-150, but I did own projector headlights with the halos like this on my own Mustang, and I did have a lot of positive experiences with it, simply because everybody was always so attracted to that design. Now, a lot of people will say maybe it looks like a little bit of a BMW front end, but I never agreed with that, simply because of the fact that it is just a more modernized design here. We're all kind of gearing toward LED headlights and things of that nature, so getting these dual halos spices things up a bit, but strays away from the common Euro styling and other LED bars like that, giving you the halo that actually kind of illuminates in somewhat of a blue saturation.
Now, again, in my opinion, very worthwhile investment for the guys looking for a more unique front end, but don't really wanna spend too much of a price tag. Now, this one comes in at just shy of the $200 mark, making it a very, very affordable option for your front end, more budget-friendly than 90% of the other options out there that offer LED stylings.
As far as the installation, this is something that does require the splicing. Other than that, extremely, extremely simple with plug-and-play designs for the wiring harness. Now, as far as the install goes with tools, all you'll need, simple ratchet and socket set. You can simply pop open the hood and gain access to the headlights. Overall, it should take you about an hour's worth of time in the driveway at home, two out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter.
Pulling out the factory headlight and replacing it with this one is very, very simple because they go in and come out the exact same way. It's the wiring that begins to be a little bit different. So once you get the new black pro