Rampage Halogen Headlight Conversion Kits Customer Reviews
18 Customer Reviews
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When 8-track first came out, it must have been impressive to the ears. But, compared to today's high-tech MP3 players, it sounds like mud. The same is true for headlights. Old-school sealed beam headlights simply can't compete with modern halogen technology. Step into the twenty-first century with a Rampage Halogen Headlight Conversion Kit.
Rampage pours the most advanced lighting technology into your Halogen Headlight Conversion Kit. The cast aluminum reflectors sport a cutting-edge multi-surface design to ensure every ray of light is captured and beamed out onto the road. The front glass lens is crystal clear to prevent dimming. And, the 12V, 55/60W H4 bulbs blast out a dazzling amount of candle power to guarantee you're never in the dark. Add it all up, and these halogen headlights are 60% more luminous than OEM sealed beam lamps.
Best of all, you can install your Rampage Halogen Headlight Conversion Kit onto just about any vehicle. It comes in 2 sizes: a 7" round headlight kit (replaces standard H6024 headlights) or a 200mm rectangular headlight kit (replaces standard H6054 headlights). And, it's backed by a 90-day warranty against defects.
18 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Logan M (Centennial, CO) Reviewed for a 1992 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 21, 2014 5:15 PM
Installed these to replace the stock headlights on my '92 wrangler, they are way brighter and extremely easy to install. Converts the fixtures from sealed so that you can replace just the bulbs.
Reviewed by Ronnie B (Palatka, FL) Reviewed for a 1997 Toyota Tacoma — Jul 08, 2014 10:37 PM
I bought these lights in hope of improvement over the stock lights. I got more than I expected. The Rampage Halogen Headlights are a perfect replacement for my stock 97 Tacoma Reg Cab 4x4 lights and were easy to install. They look great too. I do recommend them. Also, thanks to AutoAnything for your professional assistance.
Reviewed by Richard R (Belle Chasse, LA) Reviewed for a 2007 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 30, 2014 6:39 PM
I needed a H4 to H13 adapter for my 2007 JK. That was frustrating. I had to wait another 4/5 days because I needed to order the adapter. The grooves on the actual head light did not match grooves that match the plastic rim (2007 JK). I had to improvise to get them to fit. 1999 Cherokee install was easy. The lights are an improvement over stock and they look nice. The only other option is to pay three or four times more money for LED lights. I had to remove my aftermarket bumper to install.
Reviewed by Tom K (Rosebud, TX) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Focus — Feb 13, 2014 5:43 PM
High beam is a noticeable improvement over the factory halogens but low beam is very disappointing. In fact the factory ones are actually brighter on low beam. Your on your own when it comes to installation. Although it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what to do, there are no instructions in the box.
Reviewed by Evan C (THOUSAND OAKS, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Cherokee — Sep 04, 2013 9:56 PM
Although these were slightly more expensive than than I would have expected, I cannot argue with the quality or performance. They easily fit in to my Cherokee's headlight buckets without modification. I had to re-align the headlights, but that is to be expected with a change such as this. With the sealed beams, I had two, rather small, relatively dim, areas of illumination. The Rampage headlights provide broad, bright, even lighting in front of the vehicle.