Delta Tech Headlight 7" LED With Driving Lights Pair F-100 1956-1957/ 1961-1979
Pair of Delta Tech 7" LED Headlights with Driving Lights for 1956-1957 and 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 and 1979 Ford F-100s.
If you're looking for some replacement headlights for your 1956-1957 or 1961-1979 F Series Truck, why not upgrade them while you're at it? Just pick up this Pair of Delta Tech 7" LED Headlights with Driving Lights that are now available at CJ Pony Parts!
Features & Benefits:
- Uses Powerful LED CREE Technology
- Prismatic Lenses and Flawless Parabolas
- Unmatched Power, Clarity and Near-Daylight Illumination
- 1900 Lumens at 25 Watts
- Draws 2 Amps Per Headlight
- High and Low Beam Functions
- Auxiliary LED Driving Lights Produce Whiter, Brighter Light at Lower Operating Temps
- Direct Fit Replacements for 5001 and H5001-Type High Beam Bulbs
- 7" Diameter with 25,000-Hour Life Span
- Made in the USA
- Sold as a Pair: Driver Side and Passenger Side
- Fits 1956-1957/1961-1979 F-100s, F-150s, F-250s and F-350s
This Pair of Delta Tech (01-1189-LEDW) 7" LED Headlights with Driving Lights uses powerful LED CREE technology combined with prismatic lenses and flawless parabolas. This results in unmatched power and clarity for near-daylight illumination, no matter what time of day it is or what the weather's like! Each headlight has high and low beams and produces 1900 lumens at a mere 25 watts, which means they only draw 2 amps each! Plus, these headlamps come with high and low beam functions along with auxiliary LED driving lights that produce a whiter, brighter light at lower operating temperatures than your factory bulbs. These headlamps are excellent direct fit replacements for 5001 and H5001-type high beam bulbs too! You'll get two 7" headlights total with your order: one for the driver side and one for the passenger side. Each one has a 25,000-hour life span and is proudly made in the USA.
Please Note: Will also fit 1948-1955 F-100 trucks that have been converted to a 12-volt electrical system, but will NOT fit any 1958-1960 F-100s. Fits 1978-1979 F-100 models with round headlights only.
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They're going to be easy to install on your truck, and they put out 4,000 lumens, so you can see a whole lot better at night. For more information, pricing, and fitment, click the link in the description down below. Now let's get to the install. First thing you're going to do is remove the four screws around the headlight to remove the bezel. Then loosen the three screws that secure the headlight ring. Twist the headlight ring counter clockwise, then remove it. Pull the headlight out, and unplug it from the harness.
Here's the LED headlight. It does come with the LED headlight bulb installed, as well as this driving light. Now, we're not going to permanently hook up this driving light in our truck, but we will show you how it works. We're going to put this headlight in, and just show you what it looks like lighting this up. If you are going to hook up your driving light, connect your wiring harness to it, then connect the headlight to the harness. Get the headlight in place, then install the retaining ring and tighten it down. Reinstall the bezel.
All right, this headlight is now installed. If you decide to run the driving light, what you can do now is hook up your wiring harness to your marker light, or put it on a toggle switch. And before we do the other side, we're going to do a side by side comparison to see how much better these are. Okay, as you can see, we have the Led light on the left and the factory halogen on the right. The LED is significantly brighter. It's a nice, cool white. It looks a whole lot better than the halogen.
Okay, so here's the side by side comparison of the low beams. As you can see, the LED is clearly brighter, has a much better pattern, and let's see what the high beams look like. Still significantly brighter. This LED is definitely an upgrade. Okay, we got our Delta Tech LED headlights installed in our 1971 F-250. They're looking so much better than the factory headlights. Install is pretty straightforward. I'd say give yourself 20 to 30 minutes to do this, and before you know it, you'll be heading down the road.