Jeep Wrangler Aftermarket Lights
Over the past several years, LEDs have become a more-than viable replacement option to most lighting needs. They’re cheaper to produce, give off brighter and crisper lights, and are in general more durable than typical halogen lights. All these features and more make these diodes perfect for use in the automotive industry. So, there really should be no question as to why we offer such a large selection of Jeep Wrangler aftermarket lights.
We also carry a selection of 4"x6" headlights that fits most classic vehicles from as early as 1955 to 1988.
Models include: Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, Dodge Dart, Chevrolet Chevelle, Chevrolet Corvette, Chevrolet Nova, Ford Galaxie, Oldsmobile Cutlas, Pontiac GTO, Plymouth Barracuda, and Plymouth Road Runner
Why choose LED conversion?
We offer LED aftermarket lights for all Jeep uses—front and rear lights, signal lights, and even halo lights. Our lights utilize high-quality LED chips that produce a crisp light that’s as long-lasting as it is bright.
When comparing LEDs to traditional bulbs, there are four key factors to consider: reliability, energy consumption, design, and cost.
Since LED lighting has a longer lifespan—clocking in at about 50,000 hours compared to 2,000 hours for traditional bulbs—and more durable, it makes it a lot more reliable than other traditional automotive lighting. LEDs also consume a lot less energy to produce the same brightness as other lights, making them one of the more energy conscious bulbs on the market. Combine that with their compact size and you get a bulb with a large amount of design flexibility; to the point that LEDs are becoming more and more dominant in all aspects of lighting needs. Diodes can still be expensive to produce, but when their reliability, energy efficiency, and design flexibility are considered, they are one of the more powerful automotive lighting options in the industry.
Our aftermarket lights are plug-and-play safe, and can be setup and installed in a matter of minutes. Some replacement LED lights require additional components—to ensure no flickering lights and to avoid errors with vehicles that utilize computer-managed electronics. We also carry extension cords and cables for all our aftermarket lighting products.