It's easy to dismiss the use of basic lighting in today's trucks as cost-cutting measures from the manufacturer. But halogen headlights and incandescent bulbs being used for run, brake, and turn functions, in many instances, use more energy and produce more heat than the highly sought-after LED counterparts. That's not to mention the lifespan deficiency in comparison. Vehicles marketed in the U.S. are headed into better use of technologies thanks to a ban on incandescent bulbs imposed for the year 2014. You can get a jump on the manufacturers thanks to companies like Anzo USA who make bolt-in, replacement lighting to suit plenty of vehicles while dressing them up at the same time. Headlights can be ordered with projectors for better light dispersion and the ability to upgrade to HID. Anzo also adds LED turn signals to many applications with matching taillights to boot. We have some plans in the works for an '11 Ford F-150, but first we wanted to add better looking, brighter, and longer lasting lighting. We contacted Auto Anything for a great price and quick shipping on the Anzo lights. Check out how we made our 2011 F-150 look great and in the process, made it safer.

Your Questions Answered
Time Spent Working: 30 minutes
Degree of Difficulty: BEGINNER
Tools Needed: Phillips screwdriver, 10mm wrench, 8mm socket
Parts Used:
Anzo CCFL and LED headlights 111161 $493.95
Anzo LED taillights 311145 $361.95
Total: $855.00

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