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Replaces Faded, Dingy Lenses
Increased Nighttime Visibility
Clear "Diamond" Lens
1 Year Warranty
What's in the Box
(1) LH Headlight Assembly
(1) RH Headlight Assembly
These are replacement style headlights for your 1993-95 1st Gen Ford Lightning pickup. Kit includes both driver and passenger headlights and includes housing, reflective backing, diamond clear lenses, and adjusting studs. Bulbs sold separately.
Unlike many other custom aftermarket headlights these ultra clear headlights for your 1993-95 Ford Lightning are DOT compliant and even include a DOT compliance card to keep you on the good side of Johnny Law!
Dingy headlights suck!
How many 1st Gen Lightnings have you seen driving around with dingy, yellow sometimes cracked headlights? Unless your truck has been sheltered its whole life in a dark, air tight container you have almost certainly experienced the dreaded yellow headlights. It's amazing how something as insignificant as a dull headlight can ruin your Lightning's overall appeal. And considering how easy and inexpensive it is to install a new set of headlights, side markers and park lamps it's funny how many people overlook this seemingly small detail.
1 Year Warranty On All Lights
Although the manufacturer does not always warranty their products, we do! If you consider buying lights from Latemodel Restoration Supply you can be assured that we will stand behind them! We only use the best possible manufacturers when selecting our products. We have heard of other companies telling their customers to bake their lights in an oven or run silicone around the seams to fix or prevent leak issues. Not here! If for some reason there is a defective light assembly we will simply replace it, no questions asked, for 1 year from the date of purchase. Not only do we like to offer our customers the best value, we back it up with the best service!
If you are needing to replace your 1993-1995 Ford Lightning headlights, Late Model Restoration walks you through the easy process!
Tools you will need:
Phillips Head Screwdriver
Flat Head Screwdriver
Step 1: Pop the hood and remove the 5 phillips head retaining scr... more