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Part #: SA5041951

Spyder 5041951 Smoked Projector Headlights w/ CCFL Halo

2003-2005 Dodge Ram 2500/3500
Part #: SA5041951
$280.00
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Description

The Spyder 5041951 Smoked Projector Headlights w/ CCFL Halo for your 03-05 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 Pickup Pickup are designed to improve looks and visibility for your truck. Made by OEM approved and ISO certified manufacturers, these lights feature an OEM standard quality and are designed for a direct replacement of your stock lights.

Features & Specifications:
  • CCFL Halo
  • Smoked Lens
  • Replaceable LED's
  • Projector Headlight
  • Low H1 (Included)
  • High H1 (Included)
Applications:
03-05 Dodge Ram 2500/3500

Specifications

  • MFG. Number5041951
  • Manufacturer NameSpyder
  • Shipping Weight15.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length23 in.
  • Shipping Width10 in.
  • Shipping Height25 in.

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What are the differences in the led and the ccfl?
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Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting (CCFL) delivers a smooth and even halo illumination.

LED can produce brilliant light output, but doesn’t have that even look like the CCFL does.

Both have similar lifetime hours - CCFL is a smoother light and the LED is brighter

This is a set correct?
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All headlights and taillights are sold in pairs.

Do the halos and leds need to be wired in or are they pre wired
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The end user will need to splice in the wires for the Halo's and LED's. Click HERE to get a general idea of what is involved for the install.