2009-2014 F150 Axial Chrome Projector Headlights w/ Halo Review & Install

2009-2014 F150 Axial Chrome Projector Headlights w/ Halo Review & Install


Hey, guys, Alex from americanmuscle.com, here
today with my quick review and breakdown of the Chrome Projector Headlights with Halos,
fitting the 2009 through 2014 F-150 without factory HID lighting. In this video, I’m gonna talk about who this
kit is going to appeal to, the functionality and light output that you should be expecting,
the price of this kit, and then what it’s gonna take to get these installed onto your
truck where I’m gonna be giving these an easy, one out of three wrenches on the difficulty
meter, and an hour’s worth of labor. And I’ll have a little bit more for you on
that later. So, the chrome with halo-equipped projector
headlights that I have here today should appeal to the F-150 owner out there that didn’t have
HID lighting equipped on their truck from the factory. It’s also looking to make a big and bold change
up front, as well as throw a little bit more light. The CCFL halo projectors that we have here
are gonna be for the F-150 owner that doesn’t really like that black or smoked-out look,
as they can be a little bit concerned with how much light they’ll throw when it gets
dark out, and for someone that definitely digs the chrome look. These are also gonna be great for any truck
owner out there that needs to replace their faded or worn-out factory headlights, but
more so for someone that wants to get into a projector, as it’s going to be that much
more brighter than a factory incandescent bulb, but at the end of the day, for someone
that’s just looking to make a very big and bold change up front. So in terms of the construction here, we’re
gonna see that this is going to be a chrome setup, which means that the housing itself
will not be smoked or dark in any way. The main focal point here is gonna be the
use of the projector-style low beam, as well as having a pair of CCFL halos, which will
be that much brighter than LED-style. Additionally, these will have LED accent lighting
going across the bottom. In terms of the pricing here, you should expect
to be spending about 430 bucks for this kit, which is gonna be due to the fact that this
will come with a projector-style low beam, as well as the CCFL halos and the LED accent
lighting below. Switching gears to the installation portion
of the video, you’re looking at a very easy, one out of three wrenches on the difficulty
meter and about an hour’s worth of time to get these onto your F-150. So, looking ahead here, there’s really not
gonna be anything that much that you’re gonna need here, aside from a basic socket set and
a little bit of patience. And to start, you’re simply gonna be cracking
your hood and then removing the two bolts up top, and the one right down here. Having pulled my own headlights on my F-150
before, I can tell you that it’s gonna take a little bit of strength to pull these off. I wouldn’t be afraid that you’re gonna be
hulking them a little bit, but it will need a little force to get them removed. Once they’re in place, you’re really not looking
at anything much. Aside from connecting your wiring here, you
will need to do a little bit of splicing, but it’s gonna be very simple, and we’re gonna
have you covered with some detailed install info. All right, guys, so just to wrap things up
here, some final thoughts. If you’re the ’09 through ’14 F-150 owner
that didn’t have HIDs equipped from the factory and you’re looking for something that’s a
little brighter, as well as just making a considerable change up front, I would definitely
recommend checking these out for your truck. So that’s my quick review of the Chrome Halo
Projectors with Halos, fitting the ’09 through ’14 F-150 without HID Lighting, available
right here at americanmuscle.com.

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