Last Update: December 5, 2023
Advanced composite headlights by Autosaver88 are integrated into the construction of the body for better styling and aerodynamics. They reserve manufacturers the flexibility to build in every element of headlights: turn signal/parking/running lights in the headlight housing. Unfortunately, the plastic lenses on these lights spoil with the age and miles, becoming scraped from road debris, and discolored, hazy and cloudy from the UV rays and the elements. If one desires to use different forms of lighting, including LEDs, projector beams, halos, etc.
2005-2007 Ford F-250 F-350 F-450 F-550 Super Duty / 2005 Ford Excursion
2007-2013 GMC Sierra 1500
2007-2014 Sierra 2500HD 3500HD
2002-2005 Dodge Ram Pickup Truck
2003-2006 Chevy Avalanche
2003-2007 Chevy Silverado 1500 2500 3500
1500HD 2500HD Pickup
We’ve all seen the ads for products that disclose to reconstruct lenses to “like new,” but these handlings are not capable in many cases, or the result may not last. This deterioration drastically cuts backlight output, making driving in the darkness dangerous. The best and safest way out is to switch your yellowed, chipped, and cloudy headlights, and for that, you’ve come to the right place. We offer direct OEM replacement factory headlights, as well as a large assortment of aftermarket OE-style headlights in your choice of styles and lighting options.
Our substitution headlights will look fit, service fair like the factory units, and accommodate each legal standard for road use. Our aftermarket lights are also bolt-on replacements; on the other hand, in some cases may expect extra wiring modifications. LED lights are exceptionally durable, with an intermediate lifetime of above 50,000 hours, and the light they generate is even brighter and cleaner than traditional incandescent light. Projector headlights generate a sharper, more focused ray of light with less diffuse loss. Where a conventional parabolic reflector mirrors light outwards in a distributed pattern, a projector beam’s oval-shaped reflector mirrors the light toward a single centralized point in front of the bulb.