E-code housings from Delta and Xenon H4 bulbs, plus I built my own harness using relays to pull power directly from the fuse block to get a full 12v at the headlights. Very bright, and correctly aimed won't be a problem for oncoming traffic.
His: 1999 Flame Red TJ, With a few mods...
Hers: 1987 Grand Wagoneer, stock w/Falken Wildpeak ATs
I just put in Roundeyes brand headlights. Mine went from scary dim to about the same brightness as any newer car. Non-HID or LED of course. They also look a lot nicer than the sealed beam ones that I replaced. Less than $110.00 including shipping and you will be driving safely without blinding oncoming traffic.
Same problem with mine, I searched and found vw bus depot 7inch H4 housings and some H4 bulbs on the same site. I want to say it was around 75-80 bucks (total + S&H) and was quite an improvement. That was in Oct of last year and I have had good service out of them since.
Ipf e code housing osram nightbreaker unlimited 60/55 and ebay wiring harness. Total is 140 and when I pulled up next to a jk with trucklites on my last night run the guy said damn I paid over 400 bucks for these and theyre almost identical. Main difference was the color temp. His was just a little closer to actual day light but for 140 bucks total it cant be beat. I love driving at night now. Its almost dark. Ill post up a pic if anybody would like
... Also remember to realign them when you replace them.
Not necessary if replacing them with more sealed beam headlights. Replacing them doesn't change their aim which is done by the headlight mounting bucket that isn't moved during the headlight replacement process.
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