In 2013 Dodge offered a facelift for their Ram trucks that included optional projector headlights with LED daytime running lights. That was cool and all, but they forgot one thing: performance...because the stock projectors in the headlights from Dodge are awful....really, really bad. Driven the truck all along you've never found yourself satisfied with the performance in the middle of the night? Yep, you need a projector retrofit.
Stock sucks, but buying a set of pre-made aftermarket projector style headlight's is the lazy-mans choice when it comes to custom. Can you actually stand out with a set of pre-made headlights? With their weako cheapo halos? Can you customize those lights to your own taste? Painted to match your truck? Can you actually see anything with the projectors that those headlights come with? Here, your ability to customize is clear, and your ability to see well at night even more so. There's no comparison between the off-the-shelf option and the projector retrofit option.
We get it, a lot of guys are afraid to open their headlights and just start cutting things up. While performing a projector retrofit isn't nearly as easy as swapping in a set of new bulbs, it's not rocket science either but will make a world of difference. An afternoon on a weekend though and you can knock this out, and we promise: The results will be so well worth it that you'll wonder why you didn't do it any sooner. Not only that, but a common difficultly in doing a projector retrofit is not knowing any better and picking out the wrong parts. This kit has all the right gear to get it done right.
Nothing without control! The Ram Retrofit kit is based on Morimoto's best bi-xenon projectors, and it shows in their picture perfect light output. With a super wide and intense beam pattern; your headlights will harness the full potential of the HID system and project it into a controlled beam to illuminate the road ahead, all while eliminating glare to oncoming traffic. Their geometry/size is ideally suited for a swap into the stock Ram. projector headlights, since the bolt pattern is designed to match up just the same. So all you have to do is un-bolt the old projector, bolt on the new one, and re-seal the light. Once mounted, their aim can be fine-tuned just like the stock headlights, using the adjusters on the back of the housing.