try ebay , they usually have a lot of different headlights and bezels to choose from, good prices to if you do your research.:deal
Here. http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=123782Thanks, I'll take a look into Ebay
Where did you find the leds ?
I used ones likeTHESE on mine and i think they look good.
Thread here, http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=159199
I put the same lens as Silent One in my 95. Mine came complete with all hardware except the 6 retaining clips (3 per side). Take some advice if you decide to go this way.... use the old hardware(adjusting srews/collars) from your factory lights if its not shot. The hardware that came with mine, while all nice, shiny and new, was not quite to spec. In short it was rather...."sloppy", allowing the lens's to jiggle around a fair bit. The other thing about the original hardware is that the end of the Left/Right the adjusting screws are hex headed, like the up/down adjuster....the hardware that came with my new lenses was just threaded all the way down. The factory hardware will take a 4mm open end wrench, so that should you need to adjust the lights left or right at some point in the future, you can do so easily by removing the rubber vanity shield between the rad support and the plastic grille frame and using a 4mm box wrench or (forgive me) a set of pliers instead of having to go throught the pain of removing the lens bezel to use a phillips head screwdriver on the hardware that comes with the clear lenses.yo
Replacement info & pics in a 92
Source: by zerocool at SuperMotors.net
he wrote; "...bought a new head light unit from napa; these aftermarket peices didnt fit exactly, some shaving/cutting on the plastic was required..."
They are the same one i got but not the same seller and mine came with the amber bulbs which i didn't use. I like the LED's but they are expensive and probably not for everyone.So I assume that ebay link are the same lenses you have ? You're still happy with them ect ? Same for the bulbs ?