Anzo 111198 Black Projector Headlights With LED Halo

$300.90
Application:
2003-2005 Dodge Ram 2500/3500
Manufacturer:
Anzo
XDP Part Number:
AZ111198
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Change the look of your 2003-2005 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 with the Anzo 111198 Black Projector Headlights With LED Halo. Anzo lights are designed using CAD/CAM computerized equipment to provide a modern, innovative and trend setting look. Anzo products are SAE and D.O.T. compliant to FMVSS-108 and are manufactured in their state-of-the-art ISO 9002 and OS 9000 quality certified factory. For quality assurance, Anzo products go through strict testing for durability, impact strength, as well as fresh/salt water and dust/dirt resistance. 1-year warranty, sold as a pair.  

Features:

  • LED Halo
  • Clear Lens / Black Housing
  • H1 High Beam / H3 Low Beam
  • Projector Light With Halogen Bulbs 
  • OEM Style Weather Tight Connections & Wiring Harnesses.
Applications:
2003-2005 Dodge Ram 2500/3500
2002-2005 Dodge Ram 1500


Mfg. Number:
111198

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(7 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Adam (Rockwall) 1/12/2014 11:53 PM
Upon further Investigation, After I finally figured out how to adjust them, I aimed them up more, (they didn't come with any usable instructions, and the only thing with any advice was in Japanese or Chinese ) but anyways, what a world of a difference. Definitely worth it, but now that I look at it, I prefer the ones with the CCFL halo, it's way brighter than the LED halo on these. If you ask me I would recommend the others which are the "111166" Xdp needs to mention though that those have the CCFL halo, and these "111198" have the LED halo. I didn't know that until I went to the Anzo website.
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2004.5 Ram 2500
Adam (Rockwall, TX) 12/26/2013 1:43 AM
These lights look really sweet when just the running lights are on. But the main light (Not the brights) they aren't really bright whatsoever. And they are pointed down too much. I heard that you can put HID's behind the projector so I am going to try that and hopefully it will make the beam brighter. The only thing that keeps these lights from having a 5 star rating is that the main lights are just too dim. But the brights are fine.