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2011 Ford F 150
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2011 Ford F 150 Lights

When it's dark outside, it can be difficult to see what's ahead of you as you drive down the freeway or travel down a deserted mountainous road in your 2011 Ford F-150. Equip your truck with a new set of lights for 2011 F-150 from AutoAnything and improve your visibility . even on the darkest of nights.
Not sure which 2011 Ford F-150 Lights are right for you? We have over 7123 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Great looking, easy install including wire hookup. Well made. Very happy with." —Mary U from Bullhead City, AZ bought a KC HiLites SlimLite Series Lights System for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"The head and fog lights looks as if there is nothing on them. The X-Pel was much thicker then what I was expecting, looks as if it will do a great job in protecting my lights. Tony" —Antonio G from Portland, TX bought a X-Pel Headlight Protection for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I like the looks. I thought they would give me better lighting when they are on dim." —Donald S from Rapid City, MI bought an Anzo USA Headlights for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Putco Tailgate light is far better than my previous one which lasted for almost five years and has only one year warranty against Putco with life time which is excellent I hope it will out last my vechicle. One thing that I am disappointed is that installation guide is wrong and spend a lot of time in installing. The installation guide shows hardness is on the right which the opposite on my vechicle so after every thing neatly installed the directional signal was the opposite, so I have to un-mount the light bar turn it 180 degrees now its fine after all the trouble. But I still rated "GOOD"." —Art L from North Arlington, NJ bought a Putco Pure LED Tailgate Light Bar for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"love it. Really makes people more aware of what is going on Should be a option on new yec" —Paul B from Streetsboro, OH bought a Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Replaced OEM bulbs with PIAA Super Whites. Difference is amazing! Low beams have much wider spread, greater range, greater brightness overall. High beam range is greatly extended; the primary reason I replaced the original bulbs to begin with. Light is whiter than OEM without the distracting blue tint. PIAA's are not cheap, but appear to be well worth the price based on performance." —Pearre C from Canyon, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Putco Tailgate light is far better than my previous one which lasted for almost five years and has only one year warranty against Putco with life time which is excellent I hope it will out last my vechicle. One thing that I am disappointed is that installation guide is wrong and spend a lot of time in installing. The installation guide shows hardness is on the right which the opposite on my vechicle so after every thing neatly installed the directional signal was the opposite, so I have to un-mount the light bar turn it 180 degrees now its fine after all the trouble. But I still rated "GOOD"." —Art L from North Arlington, NJ bought a Putco Pure LED Tailgate Light Bar for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I bought this for my new 2011 F150 after I got rear ended after owning the truck for only five days! Damn kids and their text phones! Fortunately, very minor damage - this time. Hoping this will call attention to the fact that I AM STOPPED NOW! Easy install, just plugged in to the factory trailer harness. I chose not to splice into the back up lamp wiring on my new truck, hence the white LEDs do not operate. Plug this in before you install it - the directions were backwards for my application! Seems a little flimsy, and had to add additional two way tape for my application. We will see how it holds up. Overall am satisfied with purchase." —Michael S from North Ridgeville, OH bought a Putco Pure LED Tailgate Light Bar for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Great looking, easy install including wire hookup. Well made. Very happy with." —Mary U from Bullhead City, AZ bought a KC HiLites SlimLite Series Lights System for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I do like the lights very nice appearance. Took very little time to install little nervous at first since I'm not a electrician, shown on packaged step by step what to do so I install myself" —Gary H from Dallas, GA bought a KC HiLites SlimLite Series Lights System for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I have not used the lighting system that much. I was a little disapointed that the fog lights did not have a amber color thats typical with a fog lights I used in the past." —Ronald O from Moore , SC bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 2011 Ford F-150.

In addition to Ford F-150 Lights, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: WeatherTech Stone & Bug Deflector, TracRac T-Rac Truck Bed Rack, T-Rex X-Metal Studded Mesh Grille.
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2011 Ford F 150 Lights

When it's dark outside, it can be difficult to see what's ahead of you as you drive down the freeway or travel down a deserted mountainous road in your 2011 Ford F-150. Equip your truck with a new set of lights for 2011 F-150 from AutoAnything and improve your visibility . even on the darkest of nights.
Not sure which 2011 Ford F-150 Lights are right for you? We have over 7123 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"Great looking, easy install including wire hookup. Well made. Very happy with." —Mary U from Bullhead City, AZ bought a KC HiLites SlimLite Series Lights System for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"The head and fog lights looks as if there is nothing on them. The X-Pel was much thicker then what I was expecting, looks as if it will do a great job in protecting my lights. Tony" —Antonio G from Portland, TX bought a X-Pel Headlight Protection for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I like the looks. I thought they would give me better lighting when they are on dim." —Donald S from Rapid City, MI bought an Anzo USA Headlights for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Putco Tailgate light is far better than my previous one which lasted for almost five years and has only one year warranty against Putco with life time which is excellent I hope it will out last my vechicle. One thing that I am disappointed is that installation guide is wrong and spend a lot of time in installing. The installation guide shows hardness is on the right which the opposite on my vechicle so after every thing neatly installed the directional signal was the opposite, so I have to un-mount the light bar turn it 180 degrees now its fine after all the trouble. But I still rated "GOOD"." —Art L from North Arlington, NJ bought a Putco Pure LED Tailgate Light Bar for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"love it. Really makes people more aware of what is going on Should be a option on new yec" —Paul B from Streetsboro, OH bought a Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Replaced OEM bulbs with PIAA Super Whites. Difference is amazing! Low beams have much wider spread, greater range, greater brightness overall. High beam range is greatly extended; the primary reason I replaced the original bulbs to begin with. Light is whiter than OEM without the distracting blue tint. PIAA's are not cheap, but appear to be well worth the price based on performance." —Pearre C from Canyon, TX bought a PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Putco Tailgate light is far better than my previous one which lasted for almost five years and has only one year warranty against Putco with life time which is excellent I hope it will out last my vechicle. One thing that I am disappointed is that installation guide is wrong and spend a lot of time in installing. The installation guide shows hardness is on the right which the opposite on my vechicle so after every thing neatly installed the directional signal was the opposite, so I have to un-mount the light bar turn it 180 degrees now its fine after all the trouble. But I still rated "GOOD"." —Art L from North Arlington, NJ bought a Putco Pure LED Tailgate Light Bar for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I bought this for my new 2011 F150 after I got rear ended after owning the truck for only five days! Damn kids and their text phones! Fortunately, very minor damage - this time. Hoping this will call attention to the fact that I AM STOPPED NOW! Easy install, just plugged in to the factory trailer harness. I chose not to splice into the back up lamp wiring on my new truck, hence the white LEDs do not operate. Plug this in before you install it - the directions were backwards for my application! Seems a little flimsy, and had to add additional two way tape for my application. We will see how it holds up. Overall am satisfied with purchase." —Michael S from North Ridgeville, OH bought a Putco Pure LED Tailgate Light Bar for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"Great looking, easy install including wire hookup. Well made. Very happy with." —Mary U from Bullhead City, AZ bought a KC HiLites SlimLite Series Lights System for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I do like the lights very nice appearance. Took very little time to install little nervous at first since I'm not a electrician, shown on packaged step by step what to do so I install myself" —Gary H from Dallas, GA bought a KC HiLites SlimLite Series Lights System for a 2011 Ford F-150.

"I have not used the lighting system that much. I was a little disapointed that the fog lights did not have a amber color thats typical with a fog lights I used in the past." —Ronald O from Moore , SC bought a Hella Optilux 2020 Combo Fog and Driving Lights for a 2011 Ford F-150.

In addition to Ford F-150 Lights, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: WeatherTech Stone & Bug Deflector, TracRac T-Rac Truck Bed Rack, T-Rex X-Metal Studded Mesh Grille.
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I have a 2011 F-150 an dont no much about anything. But was able to hook up the lights on my own.So i think anyone can do it an they look great View more reviews...
Posted By Travis W (Hanover, MD) / November 21, 2011
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I love the lights just not the fob beam pattern. I have had the spread pattern before and like them much better. The spread pattern is much brighter and you can see farther down the road. Overall I would buy the Spread beam pattern and not the fog beam pattern but I do love the Apollo Pro Lights from KC and I would recommend them to anybody. View more reviews...
Posted By Bryan W (RALEIGH, NC) / April 24, 2020
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Baja Designs Squadron Pro lights are tough, well designed and light-weight to compete in a crowded field of auxiliary lights. One big advantage is the ability to change lens for different outputs from color to light spread or from damage. Simple installation with supplied harness and AutoAnything helps to spread my jeep dollars further. Looking forward to the SAE versions View more reviews...
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