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RECON Part # 264190BKCC - Ford F-150 & Ford Raptor 09-13 PROJECTOR HEADLIGHTS Smoked Black Chrome Inner Housing w/ CCFL HALOS & Daytime Running Lights - Smoked / Black
***Just Released*** - RECON's NEW Ford F-150 & Raptor 2009-2013 Projector Headlights w/ CCFL Halos & Daytime Running Lights!!! We're proud to introduce RECON's new 2009-2013 Ford F-150 & Raptor projector headlights. This new design features a 40% improvement in light output along with a wider more usable beam pattern as compared to your factory installed OEM headlights & the use of cutting-edge CCFL technology makes the Halos & DRLs the brightest available in the automotive aftermarket. These NEW Ford F-150 & Raptor projector headlights feature a tougher cleaner appearance which will set your truck apart from the crowd. Thank you all for your valuable feedback & input...we designed & engineered these new projector headlights based on your suggestions & valuable input...when our customers speak, we listen! Get Lit w RECON Today!!!
These 2009-2013 Ford F-150 & Raptor RECON Projector Headlights are sold as a set & use H1 Style Headlight Bulbs for the Projector Low-Beam and H1 Style Headlight Bulbs for the High-Beam.
RECON projector headlights come with 4 standard halogen bulbs already installed; however, if you wish to upgrade to HIDs or XENON Headlight Bulbs for your projector Low-Beams, then you must order 1 set of any of the the following part #'s: 264H1HID, 264H1DW, 264H1PB, or 264H1SY. If you wish to also upgrade to HIDs or XENON Headlight Bulbs in the High-Beam portion of your new RECON Projector Headlights, then you must also order 1 set of the following part #'s: 264H1HID, 264H1DW, 264H1PB, or 264H1SY.
Keep in mind there are two H1 bulbs in each projector headlight, so you will need to buy two sets of headlight bulbs for each set of Ford F-150 & Raptor projector headlights you are upgrading the bulbs in assuming you want to upgrade both the low-beam and the high-beam.