What if we told you could see better on the road, and be a little nicer to look at when people see you too? Two birds, right? Just as functional carving canyon roads at dusk as they are in helping you find your car in a parking lot amongst a sea of cars just about identical to your pride and joy. With a solid selection of Spyder headlights and Spyder tail lights custom fit for a ton of different applications, we’ve got your lighting needs covered.
If you’ve landed on this page, you’re probably the type of person who just can’t leave their vehicles stock. We’re right there with ya on that one, and Spyder lights are a solid choice for adding some presence to your car, truck, or SUV, and actually improving your lights along the way.
The cool thing here is that all Spyder headlights are all direct fit factory replacement. That means no crazy wiring, just bolt them in and plug in the factory wiring harness. That goes for Spyder tail lights, fog lights, daytime running lights (DRL), and third brake lights as well. That means all you need to worry about after that is aiming your lights, which you absolutely should do, otherwise your poor car is going to look cross eyed going down the road. Don’t be that person (instructions are included, don’t worry).
It depends on the model, but most Spyder headlights come with projector beams for a more focused beam with defined cutoffs to illuminate the road ahead of you while not blinding oncoming traffic in the process. Also, depending on the style, will be a range of different LED or CCFL DRLs, turn signals, and halo lamps. Pair those with a matching set of Spyder tail lights for a complete revamp of your car’s lighting, available both with LEDs or incandescent bulbs.
Spyder headlights and Spyder tail lights both come as a set with a competitive warranty (varies by model), and with or without bulbs depending on the application. All Spyder lights meet all federal and DOT regulations, satisfy FMVSS code no. 108 and are ISO-9000 and ISO-9002 certified. What does all that mean? Basically you won't be on the hook or penalized for lighting that doesn't meet OEM safety standards, as can happen with some cheaper manufacturers. Sometimes you really do get what you pay for, and with Spyder lights, you can add peace of mind to that list.
Need help finding which Spyder headlights or tail lights you need? Give us a call or hop into a chat and we'll do our best to shine some light on the best solution and probably have some more light related puns to brighten your day with.