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Axial Spider LED Headlights w/ Amber DRL & Angel Eye Halo (97-18 Jeep Wrangler TJ & JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Spider LED Headlights with Amber DRL
    • Angel Eye Halo
    • 7” Diameter
    • Aluminum Construction
    • Chrome Finish
    • Operating Lumens Output: 4800 ML (High Beam), 2400 LM (Low Beam)
    • Color Temperature: 5600-6000K
    • 50,000 Hour Lifespan
    • Simple Plug and Play Installation
    • Halos Require Some Cutting
    • Intended for use with Factory Halogen Headlight Equipped Models
    • LED Headlight Equipped Models will require Factory Halogen Headlight Buckets for Use
    • Fits 1997-2018 Jeep Wrangler TJ and JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    0:00:01.140,0:00:05.940 the axial spider LED headlights with 0:00:03.719,0:00:07.620 amber daytime running lights and angel 0:00:05.940,0:00:10.080 eye halos are for those of you with a 0:00:07.620,0:00:12.749 1997 to 2018 0:00:10.080,0:00:14.490 TJ or JK that are looking for a very 0:00:12.749,0:00:15.719 unique headlight that's gonna give you 0:00:14.490,0:00:16.139 some features that your factory 0:00:15.719,0:00:18.000 headlights 0:00:16.139,0:00:19.860 are just not going to have as well as 0:00:18.000,0:00:22.050 being much brighter than those factory 0:00:19.860,0:00:24.630 headlights are these are going to be a 2 0:00:22.050,0:00:26.370 out of 3 wrenches for the installation 0:00:24.630,0:00:28.320 not really wiring to do but you do have 0:00:26.370,0:00:30.120 to pick up some additional power for 0:00:28.320,0:00:31.800 those daytime running lights and those 0:00:30.120,0:00:32.070 halos so a little bit of extra work to 0:00:31.800,0:00:33.360 do 0:00:32.070,0:00:35.670 but we are going to show you how to do 0:00:33.360,0:00:37.620 it in just a second ever since the YJ 0:00:35.670,0:00:39.180 and even before the factory headlights 0:00:37.620,0:00:40.980 on your Jeep have not been all that 0:00:39.180,0:00:43.079 great especially in the TJ where you 0:00:40.980,0:00:45.720 have a sealed beam headlight or in the 0:00:43.079,0:00:47.399 JK where you have that h13 which is a 0:00:45.720,0:00:49.620 reflector and bulb headlight but still 0:00:47.399,0:00:51.780 not all that bright and in recent years 0:00:49.620,0:00:53.550 have been some really nice aftermarket 0:00:51.780,0:00:55.140 upgrades for headlights including 0:00:53.550,0:00:57.180 something like this where you have LEDs 0:00:55.140,0:00:58.739 individual diodes on the inside of the 0:00:57.180,0:01:00.809 light each of them having their own 0:00:58.739,0:01:02.790 small projector over top of it to help 0:01:00.809,0:01:04.350 to control that light so you can have 0:01:02.790,0:01:05.880 something that's very very bright but 0:01:04.350,0:01:07.080 isn't going to blind oncoming traffic 0:01:05.880,0:01:09.450 especially when you have these things 0:01:07.080,0:01:12.360 aimed properly now this is one set up 0:01:09.450,0:01:15.360 there are also ones where you have fewer 0:01:12.360,0:01:17.040 larger projectors you also have just one 0:01:15.360,0:01:18.630 projector for the low beam and a 0:01:17.040,0:01:20.850 reflector for the high beam so a lot of 0:01:18.630,0:01:22.140 different configurations but I like this 0:01:20.850,0:01:24.090 light for a couple of different reasons 0:01:22.140,0:01:25.320 one visually people know that you 0:01:24.090,0:01:26.729 changed out your lights and just some 0:01:25.320,0:01:28.260 people that's really important also 0:01:26.729,0:01:30.030 visually you have this ring around the 0:01:28.260,0:01:32.430 outside where a lot of lights won't have 0:01:30.030,0:01:34.560 that I think it adds a nice rugged look 0:01:32.430,0:01:36.150 to the light itself something else that 0:01:34.560,0:01:38.159 this headlight has functionally that a 0:01:36.150,0:01:39.960 lot of others don't have is that Amber 0:01:38.159,0:01:41.760 daytime running light so each one of 0:01:39.960,0:01:43.200 these diodes in the center that normally 0:01:41.760,0:01:45.869 light up white when you have your 0:01:43.200,0:01:47.340 headlights turn on will burn amber when 0:01:45.869,0:01:49.470 you have your daytime running lights 0:01:47.340,0:01:51.479 turned on and at the same time you're 0:01:49.470,0:01:53.700 also going to have this white LED ring 0:01:51.479,0:01:55.830 around the outside that's that angel eye 0:01:53.700,0:01:57.150 halo that we talked about I think I 0:01:55.830,0:01:59.280 would prefer if you could individually 0:01:57.150,0:02:01.350 switch the angel eye headlight and the 0:01:59.280,0:02:02.700 amber daytime running light you have so 0:02:01.350,0:02:04.590 many different options with how you can 0:02:02.700,0:02:07.829 wire them up then you can have the 0:02:04.590,0:02:09.209 center amber lights be a turn signal you 0:02:07.829,0:02:10.770 have a little bit more flexibility that 0:02:09.209,0:02:12.840 way that's not how these are these have 0:02:10.770,0:02:13.870 one lead here that's going to light up 0:02:12.840,0:02:16.060 both the amber date 0:02:13.870,0:02:17.860 the center and the white halo around the 0:02:16.060,0:02:19.599 outside so keep that in mind you're not 0:02:17.860,0:02:21.190 gonna be able to change that but if you 0:02:19.599,0:02:23.049 like that look having the amber in the 0:02:21.190,0:02:24.280 white Han at the same time this is going 0:02:23.049,0:02:25.870 to come with everything you're going to 0:02:24.280,0:02:27.400 need to get that set up so you're gonna 0:02:25.870,0:02:30.370 have your lights themselves these are 0:02:27.400,0:02:34.569 going to have an h4 connector on them 0:02:30.370,0:02:36.280 over here you have an h4 to h4 EMC this 0:02:34.569,0:02:38.890 is going to be an anti flicker harness 0:02:36.280,0:02:40.629 so this is going to be for you guys who 0:02:38.890,0:02:42.159 are installing these on your JK and you 0:02:40.629,0:02:43.840 don't want to have any that flickering 0:02:42.159,0:02:45.730 that you can get sometimes due to the 0:02:43.840,0:02:47.470 can bus system and having an LED 0:02:45.730,0:02:49.180 headlight the the cheap really wasn't 0:02:47.470,0:02:52.030 made for in the beginning this is going 0:02:49.180,0:02:53.500 to be an h4 to h4 but again for u JK 0:02:52.030,0:02:55.540 guys you're gonna also use this harness 0:02:53.500,0:02:57.459 over here which is an h4 - an H 13 0:02:55.540,0:03:00.099 adapter so this end will plug directly 0:02:57.459,0:03:01.510 into that factory wiring harness for 0:03:00.099,0:03:02.859 your lights you're also going to get 0:03:01.510,0:03:04.989 another harness and that's gonna plug 0:03:02.859,0:03:06.400 into this small female Spade connector 0:03:04.989,0:03:08.890 right here and that's what's going to 0:03:06.400,0:03:10.030 power those halos as well as those 0:03:08.890,0:03:11.980 daytime running lights and they're gonna 0:03:10.030,0:03:13.989 plug directly into these Spade 0:03:11.980,0:03:16.000 connectors that are on this and you're 0:03:13.989,0:03:17.829 going to have this which is known as a 0:03:16.000,0:03:20.349 fuse tap so you can run this along the 0:03:17.829,0:03:22.959 fender up to your fuse block pull a fuse 0:03:20.349,0:03:24.489 that is hot when you have your running 0:03:22.959,0:03:27.160 lights on or when you have your parking 0:03:24.489,0:03:28.900 lights on plug this in and then this 0:03:27.160,0:03:31.090 harness is gonna get hot at the same 0:03:28.900,0:03:33.069 time that that fuses hot so again that's 0:03:31.090,0:03:35.049 a good easy way to wire up those daytime 0:03:33.069,0:03:36.910 running lights and those halos without 0:03:35.049,0:03:38.650 needing to cut and solder anything it is 0:03:36.910,0:03:40.150 a very all-inclusive kit and because 0:03:38.650,0:03:41.470 it's from axial it is gonna be a little 0:03:40.150,0:03:42.849 bit less expensive than some of the 0:03:41.470,0:03:44.949 other choices on the market coming in at 0:03:42.849,0:03:46.000 right around that 150 dollar mark again 0:03:44.949,0:03:47.260 for everything that you're getting it 0:03:46.000,0:03:49.180 for a light that's going to be bright 0:03:47.260,0:03:50.739 and in factory and have some unique 0:03:49.180,0:03:52.510 features to it I think that's a pretty 0:03:50.739,0:03:54.129 good deal so like we said with a little 0:03:52.510,0:03:55.780 bit of wiring that you have to do to get 0:03:54.129,0:03:57.280 these working on your Jeep we are gonna 0:03:55.780,0:03:58.540 go two out of three wrenches on this but 0:03:57.280,0:03:58.870 we're gonna show you how to do it right 0:03:58.540,0:04:00.040 now 0:03:58.870,0:04:01.989 tools required for this install are 0:04:00.040,0:04:04.569 going to be a push pin removal tool or a 0:04:01.989,0:04:06.730 flathead a nut drivers optional quarter 0:04:04.569,0:04:08.019 inch drive with a t15 Torx bit alright 0:04:06.730,0:04:09.819 so the first step in to replacing the 0:04:08.019,0:04:13.720 headlights on your Jeep Wrangler is to 0:04:09.819,0:04:16.139 of course pop your hood get this up and 0:04:13.720,0:04:16.139 out of way 0:04:18.750,0:04:22.570 then next for JK models we're actually 0:04:21.040,0:04:24.220 going to remove the grill so there's 0:04:22.570,0:04:25.780 going to be a series of pushpins that we 0:04:24.220,0:04:26.380 have to remove first so let's go ahead 0:04:25.780,0:04:28.210 and do that now 0:04:26.380,0:04:30.010 so we're gonna do now is bring in a 0:04:28.210,0:04:32.050 pushpin removal tool and it looks like a 0:04:30.010,0:04:35.290 fork so what we're going to do is get 0:04:32.050,0:04:37.810 underneath this pushpin pry up on it and 0:04:35.290,0:04:39.669 then pry up on the base of it to remove 0:04:37.810,0:04:43.320 we're going to do this for all six on 0:04:39.669,0:04:43.320 the top right down the line 0:04:45.940,0:04:51.150 [Music] 0:04:48.930,0:04:54.590 if you don't have a pushpin removal tool 0:04:51.150,0:04:56.850 you can use a flathead just be careful 0:04:54.590,0:04:58.830 all right here are the last three on the 0:04:56.850,0:05:01.970 other side again just get underneath it 0:04:58.830,0:05:01.970 with the pushpin removal tool 0:05:06.130,0:05:10.930 [Music] 0:05:08.860,0:05:12.790 all right now that's going to be loose 0:05:10.930,0:05:14.800 there's going to be a series of clips on 0:05:12.790,0:05:17.380 the bottom side so this right here is 0:05:14.800,0:05:19.780 our turn signal Electric connection what 0:05:17.380,0:05:22.800 we're going to do is slide this red tab 0:05:19.780,0:05:25.390 back and then press up on our tab here 0:05:22.800,0:05:27.280 removing the plug do this on both sides 0:05:25.390,0:05:29.200 it'll make getting your grill out that 0:05:27.280,0:05:31.390 much easier all right so now we're going 0:05:29.200,0:05:34.000 to remove our grill I recommend putting 0:05:31.390,0:05:35.350 a couple hands down here and pulling 0:05:34.000,0:05:37.500 straight back to release those body 0:05:35.350,0:05:40.720 clips so let's do it 0:05:37.500,0:05:43.240 alright there it goes and these are the 0:05:40.720,0:05:44.650 clips I was talking about right here and 0:05:43.240,0:05:47.140 there's going to be a center alignment 0:05:44.650,0:05:50.320 pin let's set our grill off somewhere 0:05:47.140,0:05:52.260 safe all right so now I have a t15 Torx 0:05:50.320,0:05:56.640 bit I'm going to remove the four screws 0:05:52.260,0:05:56.640 holding our headlight into the housing 0:05:57.720,0:06:04.320 and I have this socket right on the end 0:06:01.720,0:06:04.320 of a nut driver 0:06:14.720,0:06:19.110 [Music] 0:06:16.250,0:06:23.090 remember to save this hardware and this 0:06:19.110,0:06:23.090 chrome ring going around 0:06:28.420,0:06:32.630 [Music] 0:06:30.950,0:06:34.790 alright now I'm going to pull the 0:06:32.630,0:06:36.920 headlight out and disconnect our wiring 0:06:34.790,0:06:39.200 harness behind it again that's gonna 0:06:36.920,0:06:43.100 have that red tab just pull that back 0:06:39.200,0:06:45.790 and it'll release the headlight you're 0:06:43.100,0:06:45.790 going to do that on both sides 0:06:48.610,0:06:51.749 [Music] 0:07:14.760,0:07:20.380 and that one just came right out so that 0:07:17.410,0:07:21.700 one actually was not locked down all 0:07:20.380,0:07:23.680 right as you can see I grabbed the 0:07:21.700,0:07:25.420 chrome ring off of our stock headlight 0:07:23.680,0:07:29.050 now I'm just gonna slip it over our new 0:07:25.420,0:07:30.670 one bring that into place but before I 0:07:29.050,0:07:32.920 do that I'm going to hook up a couple of 0:07:30.670,0:07:34.510 our jumper wires and connectors all 0:07:32.920,0:07:38.440 right we're going to do first is attach 0:07:34.510,0:07:42.790 our adapter harness and make sure that 0:07:38.440,0:07:45.580 that red tab is clicked back we're gonna 0:07:42.790,0:07:49.780 go ahead and plug in our anti flicker 0:07:45.580,0:07:53.830 box which that seats all the way and 0:07:49.780,0:07:58.690 then follow that up with the power 0:07:53.830,0:08:02.350 supply for our halo ring and our amber 0:07:58.690,0:08:04.210 daytime running light what we're going 0:08:02.350,0:08:05.500 to do is use the longest end and I'm 0:08:04.210,0:08:08.020 just going to feed it through our 0:08:05.500,0:08:09.550 radiator support here so I can keep my 0:08:08.020,0:08:11.850 wires away from anything that's moving 0:08:09.550,0:08:15.010 especially my fan in the front here so 0:08:11.850,0:08:20.350 let me get this bayed connector back 0:08:15.010,0:08:23.790 here and pull that through now I'm going 0:08:20.350,0:08:26.020 to run these wires along my grille 0:08:23.790,0:08:28.660 utilizing this wiring loom right here 0:08:26.020,0:08:32.860 that way I can get my other one to my 0:08:28.660,0:08:34.270 headlight and then this fused link will 0:08:32.860,0:08:35.710 go into my fuse box and I'll show you 0:08:34.270,0:08:38.140 that in a little while let's go ahead 0:08:35.710,0:08:40.090 and get our headlight in alright now as 0:08:38.140,0:08:42.220 you can see on the back of our headlight 0:08:40.090,0:08:43.930 we have that Spade connector and our 0:08:42.220,0:08:47.950 terminal so let's go ahead and plug in 0:08:43.930,0:08:51.610 that to our anti flicker box and then 0:08:47.950,0:08:53.800 connect our spades alright and then 0:08:51.610,0:08:56.910 we're going to bring this headlight up 0:08:53.800,0:08:56.910 and into place 0:08:58.030,0:09:05.180 make sure that all these wires and boxes 0:09:01.310,0:09:08.510 are behind there and that our chrome 0:09:05.180,0:09:13.640 ring is in the correct orientation it 0:09:08.510,0:09:15.050 can only go back on one way I so with 0:09:13.640,0:09:17.930 your headlight in place we can start our 0:09:15.050,0:09:23.440 hardware we are going to be using the 0:09:17.930,0:09:23.440 stock t15 Torx bit screws 0:09:39.680,0:09:42.809 [Music] 0:09:53.380,0:09:56.460 [Music] 0:09:58.850,0:10:02.839 alright go ahead and repeat those steps 0:10:00.289,0:10:04.519 on the passenger side alright so let's 0:10:02.839,0:10:06.319 take a minute and talk about wiring and 0:10:04.519,0:10:08.600 I'm talking about wiring the halo ring 0:10:06.319,0:10:11.869 and the amber LEDs in the middle in 0:10:08.600,0:10:15.829 general now axial does hook you up with 0:10:11.869,0:10:18.139 a split end fused wire so you can plug 0:10:15.829,0:10:20.899 this right into your fuse pit your fuse 0:10:18.139,0:10:22.819 panel here and I have my key ignition on 0:10:20.899,0:10:25.189 so that means that we do have power 0:10:22.819,0:10:28.220 running to our box here so if you choose 0:10:25.189,0:10:30.470 to wire up your LED ring and amber light 0:10:28.220,0:10:33.139 straight to your fuse panel and have it 0:10:30.470,0:10:34.579 keyed to the on position for your 0:10:33.139,0:10:35.899 ignition that's what they're gonna look 0:10:34.579,0:10:38.239 like and then once you turn your 0:10:35.899,0:10:40.249 headlights on you'll see that you still 0:10:38.239,0:10:42.649 have that LED ring and a little bit of 0:10:40.249,0:10:45.259 amber showing once you turn your high 0:10:42.649,0:10:47.989 beams on however the amber completely 0:10:45.259,0:10:50.389 disappears alright so as you can see we 0:10:47.989,0:10:51.679 ran our fused wire right behind our 0:10:50.389,0:10:54.439 power steering reservoir 0:10:51.679,0:10:55.759 and our radiator there now I wanted to 0:10:54.439,0:10:57.589 show you our fuse panel where we're 0:10:55.759,0:11:00.679 actually going to be running it this 0:10:57.589,0:11:02.629 cover just comes right off so we're 0:11:00.679,0:11:07.789 going to wire it right around our airbox 0:11:02.629,0:11:08.899 and then in this little entryway then 0:11:07.789,0:11:11.119 we're just going to plug it into one of 0:11:08.899,0:11:14.149 these two here and as I said earlier 0:11:11.119,0:11:18.339 this is a keyed power so it's not 0:11:14.149,0:11:22.449 constant it's not going to be on forever 0:11:18.339,0:11:22.449 now we can replace our lid 0:11:23.249,0:11:29.410 it's back on there and make sure again 0:11:27.730,0:11:31.720 our wires not touching anything hot or 0:11:29.410,0:11:33.249 moving alright now we're gonna test out 0:11:31.720,0:11:35.049 the lights before reinstalling that 0:11:33.249,0:11:37.379 grill key on 0:11:35.049,0:11:42.089 there's my LED ring in amber light 0:11:37.379,0:11:45.009 headlights on high beams headlights off 0:11:42.089,0:11:45.279 key off everything's working as it 0:11:45.009,0:11:46.899 should 0:11:45.279,0:11:49.230 perfect alright now that we've tested 0:11:46.899,0:11:51.759 the lights let's reinstall our grill 0:11:49.230,0:11:54.929 just to make sure that Center alignment 0:11:51.759,0:11:58.059 pin is there and then the one motion 0:11:54.929,0:12:00.249 press that fell into place and our 0:11:58.059,0:12:01.629 pushpins will line right up alright now 0:12:00.249,0:12:04.499 we're going to reinstall our pushpins 0:12:01.629,0:12:04.499 into our grill 0:12:13.070,0:12:17.870 alright one of our last steps is to 0:12:14.870,0:12:19.310 reconnect both of our turn signals you 0:12:17.870,0:12:22.130 want to hear that click and lock in 0:12:19.310,0:12:24.199 place with that red tab do that on both 0:12:22.130,0:12:26.870 sides and that's gonna wrap up my 0:12:24.199,0:12:28.820 install of the axial Spyder LED 0:12:26.870,0:12:31.579 headlights with amber daytime running 0:12:28.820,0:12:34.720 lights and angel eye halo for all things 0:12:31.579,0:12:34.720 Jeep keep it here at extremeterrain.com 0:12:38.070,0:12:41.670 you 0:12:38.550,0:12:41.670 [Music] 0:12:46.350,0:12:48.410 you

    Cooler Headlights. Improve the illumination from your Jeep Wrangler with Axial’s Spider LED Headlights with Amber DRL and Angel Eye Halo. The Spider LED Highlights are bright and feature the unique arm design, while the Halo feature adds even more light around the bulbs. Your 1997-2018 Wrangler will get bright, wider light and a cool stylistic upgrade to boot.

    Light Power. When you install these Axial Headlights with Amber DRL, you get quality light for a long time. The lifespan of these Cree LED lights is 50,000 hours, with a color temperature of 5600-6000K, and operating Lumens output of 4800LM (High Beam) and 2400LM (Low Beam).

    Distinct Characteristics. Spider LED Lights feature an interesting arm-like design, which offers more light, spread over a wider area. The Angel Eye Halos provide even more illumination around the headlight and are another cool style enhancement.

    Construction and Design. These Headlights’ housings, are built from high-quality aluminum, which will support the lights through anything. The Headlights measure 7” in diameter. The chrome finish is durable and blends beautifully with your Wrangler.

    Installation. The Axial Spider LED Highlights employ a plug-and-play system. Installing the Halos requires some additional wiring.

    Application. The Axial Spider LED Headlights with Amber DRL and Angel Eye Halo fit 1997-2018 Jeep Wrangler TJ and JK models.

    Application Note. These aftermarket LED Headlights are intended for use with factory halogen headlight equipped models. In order to use these aftermarket LED Headlights on a Jeep that is already factory equipped with LED headlights, you will require a set of factory halogen headlight buckets – not included.

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    What's in the Box
    • (2) Headlights
    • (2) Adapter Harnesses
    • (2) Anti-Flicker Boxes
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        5 Top Rated Questions

        Do they come with the anti flicker module and if not where can I get them

        • Yes the Axial Spider LED Headlights w/ Amber DRL & Angel Eye Halo will include anti-flicker boxes.

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        Is there an instruction video to show how to hook up the DRL part of these lights.

        • We do not currently have an install video for the DRL portion but we are currently working on expanding the products that we do have install videos for and we may have one for this product within the near future.

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        What is the warranty?

        • The Axial Spider LED Headlights carry a 1 year warranty.

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        What is the warranty? Are these DOT approved?

        • The Axial Spider LED Headlights are an SAE/DOT approved design. These will carry a 1 year warranty.

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        everything seemed to go well and plugged into the fuse box as shown in the video. The problem is that although it looked great, as soon as my Jeep was put into "D"rive, the headlights turned on, overriding the whole day time look. I tried my headlights in every variation, and each time the Jeep was put into Drive, the headlights came on. Any thoughts???

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        My 2011 Sahara does not have DRL. Will I still be able to use this product or is there a different better suited for those without DRL? 1 answer
        After one day my low beams will not come on. The DRL stay on when i switch the low beams on. The high beams seem to work fine. Any ideas? 1 answer
        a fresh install has amber light on the ground, using low beams, about 10 feet in front of the jeep. they need to be evened out, but is this normal for correct alignment, or are they way off? there were no instructions for alignment and your video doesn't mention it at all. 1 answer
        What is the expected lifespan of these LED headlights? 1 answer
        Do these have a IP67 waterproof protection rating? If not, does the warranty/extended warranty cover water and moisture issues? 0 answer
        Do these have turn signals or just drl? Replacing the axial headlights item #J108037 1 answer
        Does this particular package come with the wiring harness that is shown on the installation video to run the drl so that i do not have to cut and splice my own wiring? 1 answer
        So I installed the headlights and the DRLs, Angel eye halos and high beam all work great, I love it, but when I turn on low beam only one headlight changes is it suppose to do that? 1 answer
        My vehicle doesnt have daytime running lights, could I splice the Halo into my turn signals instead? 1 answer
        Can you provide installation instructions? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (57) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.2

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

          Installation Cost:$1000+

          • Brightness 4.734694 4.7
          • Fit 4.489796 4.5
          • Appearance 4.918367 4.9
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.571429 4.6



          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            September 14, 2019

            Love the look and increased brightness

            Beats the brightness of the OEM lights for a really great price. Technically an easy install. I did some tweaking to the buckets so they sat evenly but that was more OCD than actually needing to do it. Really like the DRL w Halo! Looks different than most because of the amber tint. And no EMI with the radio, which unfortunately is happening with my LED fog lights. About 2 hr install.

            JonathanY

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            August 19, 2019

            Great LEDs

            Awesome LEDs for the money. Very bright and easy to install. At first I wasn't really sold on the look (my wife picked these out over some others) but they are really growing on me. Daylight running mode looks great too.

            Grottski

            Year: 2009Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            July 22, 2019

            LED Halo lights

            These lights are amazing!. Easy install, mounted in place with no issues. Wiring the daytime running light is as simple as connecting the includes wiring harness to a power source. Kit even came with anti flicker module and adapter pigtail. I love how these look in daytime, mean looking Amber glow, and the headlights are very bright. I've never seen road signs light up like they do now. Very excellent product

            Lw

            Year: 1999Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            July 17, 2019

            Well that was a waste of $150

            Got these after i purchased my jeep in feburary purchased these in march and the one parking light is out already hasn't even been 6 months guess i will stick with KC lights from now on as the saying goes you get what you pay for

            GoldenArm88

            Year: 2011Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 3/5

            July 01, 2019

            Pros and cons

            I'll start first with the drawbacks of these headlights. - They do not fit factory grooves in the headlight housing. The larger rectangular grooves are off kilter so you may get one in with the rest being 1/16 or more off center. Smaller grooves are almost halfway out of the slots. You'll either need to shave them down to fit right or install just a bit wonky and use the ring to hold them in place. - The fuse plug for the halo is great minus the fact that when plugged into the box it crimps the wire unless you trim into the box and seal it up around the wire. - The adapter and anti flicker do not fit together perfectly leaving gaps you'll need to plug or cover to keep water out. Pros - Bright... they're extremely bright (which you can take as a pro or a con). - Clear crisp lighting on the roadways. Never have I seen so well at night. - They have a unique look so while very functional they are aesthetically pleasing. I could honestly only give the headlights 3 stars because of the cons that I listed and also because you're led to believe that they truly are just plug and play when you really do need to work on them a bit. Meaning that the hour or less it should take to install increases exponentially depending on your technical know how in automobile installation and adaptation.

            Akhkharu

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 29, 2019

            Wonderful headlights

            These headlight are great. Easy install and adjust. Plenty of light on the road with out people flashing and tons of light on the trail at night. So much on the trail I really don’t have to turn on my trail led’s. The running light are really kool also I have had lots of complements on them.

            Nort99

            Year: 2004Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 29, 2019

            Eddie

            Looks great, had a lot of good comments about the way the lights look on my jeep

            Anonymous

            Year: 2011Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 29, 2019

            DO NOT BUY!

            Save your money PLEASE!! Ive had them for 3 days and already one light doesn’t work. I took it off-road once and splashed a puddle and I believe thats what did it. Install was not too bad but the beam was not focused and could not see a thing at night. Pleas dont buy these lights!!!

            Eestrada

            Year: 2013Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 27, 2019

            Junk connectors

            Unless you want to pull these out every weekend and fix the wiring I would not purchase!!!

            Ctaylo14

            Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 25, 2019

            like them at daytime, not so sure at night

            the amber running light aspect of them look great, it helps my jeep is mango tango orange, but at night they are more like floodlights on the road. Difficult to line up as well as some amber light hits the ground at night with the low beams and it looks odd it they dont hit the ground perfectly even. if i need to drive at night on a regular basis i will probably replace.

            HTownEaglePhan

            Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 22, 2019

            good looking lights

            The lights were generally easy to install and overall look great. Only time will tell how they last at this point, however the plugs were not made very strong and I pushed out some of the pieces trying to plug things in as well the adapters don't seem to click in like they should but still work. The video didn't explain how to run the day time running light wire in to the fusebox and now my wire is chopped from the lid and it doesn't work so I have to put in a claim to get it replaced. Anyone know how you're supposed to get the wire in the box properly because the video does a terrible job and showing you how to do that.

            richter

            Year: 2011Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 16, 2019

            Ugh

            Beautiful on the vehicle, however have already replaced the originals (3 months in). Replacements also no good (lasted another 3 months) Extreme Terrain was great in replacing the first set but due to the purchase being made through Affirm could not offer the warranty. So now the second set has been replaced with a different brand - not happy as they are not LED which I didn’t notice until they were installed. Jeep now looks off balance and I’m sad.

            Mom of three

            Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 06, 2019

            Very nice

            Just finished installing my axial spider headlights, and really like the look. The installation was easy and took all of 40 minutes. The only problem I encountered was the fitting of the new headlights and reinstalling the chrome headlight rings. For whatever reason the axial lights did not sit as flush as the OEM lights I just removed and I had difficulty installing the chrome ring as it sat quite a ways from the screw holes, as I torqued the screws down the tabs on the chrome ring were bending! I did the best I could and I just hope the lights are aimed right so I don’t blind oncoming drivers.

            Desi

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 05, 2019

            Good but....

            I have a 2018 wrangler JK unlimited. These headlights do not fit in the factory housing. For whatever reason they did not sit flush in the beveled housing leaving about a 1/2" gap. Ultimately when the ring is placed back on to hold them in place it looks fine and feels secure. Cool light but this website stated it would fit and it does not fit as it should.

            Thisisdumb

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 05, 2019

            Bright eyes

            Install was easy but instructions lacking. One light didn’t work on installation so I bought a second set finished the install and returned the defective light. They are a lot brighter than stock, and daytime running Amber with halos is a nice touch. For the price they are great.

            SteveJ

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            June 03, 2019

            Spider headlights

            Bought these for a 2016 JKU. Installation was really quite easy up until the fuse box following the video from XT. Would have liked a little more detail on getting the wire into the fuse box. Pros: Light is a lot better than original halogens. DRLs are a nice look, though the yellow lights wash out the halos a bit. Installation (minus the lack of instructions) was quite simple - I’m not a mechanic, but somewhat mechanical. Cons: Connectors seem of questionable quality. Seam on headlights is wider than original headlights which puts stress on the bezel. FYI, I read in one of the comments about this screwing with the radio. I just installed a new radio as well and found no issue with the headlights.

            Ens

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 13, 2019

            Really fun and a decent amount of light

            The amber DayTime Running lights is what sets these headlights out. They look really cool day or night when just the DRL's are on. The beam pattern is decent. I wish it was a little warmer color temp. These say 6k but I think it is more like 7k. I would prefer a 5k in a headlight. The beam pattern is decent, it lights up the ditches better than the factory lights did. But the overall beam pattern is blotchy. The high beams brighten up 20 feet in front of the vehicle and stretches way out. I don't like how bright the road gets 20 feet in front of the Jeep when the high beams are on. For the price and the fun factor I gave these 5 stars but I will look for a projector style LED headlights for the other Jeep, I will look for a better beam pattern. It came with all adapters for our 17 JK including the anti flickers and a fused harness for the DRL'S that plugged right into the fuse block under the hood. I recommend using small zipties to hold the connections together and electrical tape over all the harness connections. It was a 30 minute install Including grill removal/install, running new DRL wire, and aiming the headlights.

            Jamey

            Year: 1995Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 11, 2019

            Axial LED head lights

            Great product. Love the look it gives the jeep. Very rarely I do get a volunteer but other than that there great.

            JohnH

            Year: 2009Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 2/5

            Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            May 08, 2019

            You get what you pay for,

            PROs: Bright, well made, look good and inexpensive. CONs: Poor beam pattern. There is zero cutoff at the top of the beam pattern, think flood light more than headlight. You will get flashed by other drivers even using low beam. DRL will not work with the supplied wiring on many TJs (Google it). On many year TJs (I have an 04 LJ) the DRLs will say on even without the key turned on if you use the under hood fuse box. You will need to cut and extend the wiring to reach inside to the glove box if you want the DRLs to work correctly. Overall these are a huge upgrade over stock, but there is a reason these are several hundred dollars cheaper then other LED headlights.

            Brandon

            Year: 2004Submodel: Wrangler Unlimited

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 08, 2019

            Great look

            These look great. They’re super bright and they make a great statement on the trail. However the splicing was a tad tricky and the instructions are vague. Thankfully I have a friend who was able to figure it out and it turned out great. Takes about 1-2 hours

            Jakewhoelse

            Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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