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There have been a number of threads on hreadlight options. I recently drove from Steamboat Springs, CO to Dencer at night and I was white knuckled the entire way. I was really scared and I have better than 20/20 vision and I could barely see anything. I had order, waiting on brackets, Rigid LED fog lamp replacements and a 20 inch bar for the bumper. The bumper bar is a two row model with dense and diffused rows.
I would love to do something about the headlights. From a simple Silverstar buld replacement to a whole headlamp replacement. My issues with the whole headlamp replacement is, in part, the look. I have a King Ranch white and tan and I want to keep the chrome look. I would like a significant improvement in output and distribution of light. I do not want people flashing me at night because I am blinding them. I am not going to do straight HID replacements with the stock lenses. The Anzo's look pretty good with the light pipes. Is the light output that much better though? I also saw the recommendation of the custom guys in Texas. That is an attractive option but I am concerned about long term reliability.
I am looking for thoughts from the collective. If I go the Anzo route I will likely get the LED tailights as well. I know you can replace the bulbs in the Anzo's with HID's but I do not want to go that route.
2016 Ford F-350 King Ranch 4x4 Super Crew 8 Foot bed. 2014 F-150 Super Crew 6.5 Foot bed 4x4 Platinum.