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- Spyder Headlights give your speed demon a sharp look and brighter lighting
- Custom-designed for a direct-replacement fit — no rewiring, soldering or splicing required (for most vehicles)
- Weather-sealed to prevent moisture
- Available in numerous styles, ranging from brilliant projectors to modern halos (depending on your vehicle)
- Spyder Lights are DOT-compliant, but not DOT-approved
- Spyder Headlights are backed by a 90-day warranty
Your speed racer deserves high-quality treatment, and when it comes to custom mods, Spyder Headlights are the ultimate. Deck out your pavement-searing ride’s front-end with this brilliant upgrade and enjoy better lighting and revamped style every time you hit the streets.
Whether you’re looking for a new set of custom headlights or you want to swap out those dull stock bulbs, Spyder Headlights provide the perfect solution. These high-quality Spyder lights are custom-designed to bolt directly in place of your stock headlights. No splicing, soldering or rewiring is required for most vehicles, as these Spyder Headlights plug straight into your factory wiring harness.
Choose from our extensive selection of Spyder Headlights, which are available in a wide range of styles. Whether you want LED halo headlights, projectors or crystals, AutoAnything has everything you need. Spyder Headlights are not DOT-approved, but are DOT-compliant. Enjoy a 90-day warranty on each pair of Spyder Headlights.
- CCFL stands for "cold-cathode fluorescent lamp"
Spyder Headlights Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Seth E (JUNCTION, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Tundra — Jul 15, 2016 4:16 PM
I recently hit a deer and needed to change my casings out. These were cheap but high quality replacements that I recommend if you need new headlights, but don't need anything super fancy.
Reviewed by Don C (Ione, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford F-150 — Jul 15, 2016 10:41 AM
Somebody has to finish at the bottom of engineering school and those engineers were employed by Spyder Headlights. Bad design and bad fit. Headlights look good because my friend and myself used common sense and undid what Spyder designed to make these headlights fit on my 1998 Ford f150. Have a lot of time and patience with good common sense unlike Spyder engineers and you should be able to make these headlights fit.
Reviewed by Heath M (Springfield, MO) Reviewed for a 2008 Nissan Titan — Jul 13, 2016 4:51 AM
one of the headlights seem poorly made. anytime there is rain, it gets condensation in the headlamp despite careful installation and inspection of the product beforehand.
Reviewed by Leonard J (NOBLESVILLE, IN) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado — Jul 12, 2016 11:09 PM
Fitment of bulbs is an issue as mine actually contact the reflectors This is causing the problem of low aim and reduced visibility. I am going to contact them tomorrow for a solution or replacement / exchange. Always save your old ones, as in this case Look Great, but my model has no adjustability to compensate for poor bulb clearance
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