Whether it’s that late-night dash to the parts store or wheeling your favorite trail after the sun goes down, driving at night ups the danger factor both on the road and off. Auxiliary lighting can brighten your experience off-road, but on road you are limited to how much candlepower you can project down the highway. Fortunately Truck-Lite has developed an easy way to increase your night vision without having to dress out your 4x4 with a carnival of lights. Truck-Lite has a wide variety of headlights, taillights, and turn signals, many of which use LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs. LED technology has increased tremendously over the past decade. When compared to a traditional sealed-beam headlight, an LED headlamp actually uses a fraction of the amps, creates less heat, and in many cases is brighter. One of Truck-Lite’s newest releases is the 7-inch-round complex reflector optics LED headlamp. Instead of a barrage of forward-facing LEDs, the complex reflector optics light uses a more precise set to reflect the emitted light off of the metalized internal reflectors. On vehicles such as our ’97 Jeep Wrangler the 7-inch headlamp upgrade drops in place of the stock headlight and plugs into the original H4 plug. Installation is as easy as it comes; our LED headlamp upgrade only took about 20 minutes. The most rewarding part is our dingy old lights are finally gone and the light projection path actually increased. See the full line of Truck-Lite’s LED lights at www.truck-lite.com. The latest series of 7-inch LED headlamps from Truck-Lite has a complex reflector optics design. It almost appears black when unlit, but once powered the concentrated set of powerful LEDs blasts a steady beam of light off of the metalized reflector optics. Notice the split is for high and low beams.The latest series of 7-inch LED headlamps from Truck-Lite has a complex reflector optics d Our ’97 Jeep Wrangler still sported the original sealed-beam headlights. Using a couple of Torx bits and a 1⁄4-inch driver it only took a few minutes to unbolt the factory headlight bezel and light retainer.Our ’97 Jeep Wrangler still sported the original sealed-beam headlights. Using a couple of Unlike auxiliary lights or HID conversions, the Truck-Lites come wired and plug into the ’97-’06 Wrangler’s stock H4 harness. The 7-inch LED headlamps are also DOT approved so no worrying about passing inspection post-install.Unlike auxiliary lights or HID conversions, the Truck-Lites come wired and plug into the ’ Our original lights produced a scatted yellow beam, while the Truck-Lite ones create a whiter and more even light.Our original lights produced a scatted yellow beam, while the Truck-Lite ones create a whi The 12V headlamps put out 1,300 lumens and pull 1.80 amps (low beams) and 3.60 amps (high beams). What all those numbers equate to for you is an extremely bright driving light that doesn’t pull a lot of juice.The 12V headlamps put out 1,300 lumens and pull 1.80 amps (low beams) and 3.60 amps (high SOURCES Truck-Lite 310 E. Elmwood Ave Falconer NY 14733 800-562-5012 www.truck-lite.com By Ali Mansour Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!