Here are the parts I installed on my 2112 JKU Sahara with the factory bumper.
FWIW - this is not a quick install like I thought it would be. You have to drop the bumper to access the lights. What a PIA!
Because I did not want to cut the factory wiring I purchased these harness adapters:
The lights came well packaged with open-ended wire pigtails that I did not use. The housing appears to be just like the factory housing and fit in the bumper perfectly....well ALMOST. See if you can spot it.
It looks like when they reverse engineered the housing they did it in reverse. The adjustment screw for vertical aiming is on the wrong side on the OPAR units.
If the price seems too good to be true it probably is. In the case with this product it was MODIFICATION TIME!
I took the housing off the factory lights and quickly found that they do not fit on the new LEDs, so I drilled out the side holes.
Then filed off the extra flange on the side.
I pulled the adjustment screw from the OPAR piece and installed the light in the OEM Mopar housing.
Now back into the bumper and secure everything in place.
Check to make sure there is power
Button it all up and test again
Bottom line: If you want to mount them in a factory bumper you can with no mods but the vertical adjustment will not be possible without dropping the bumper. Otherwise you have to modify them to make them fit. You will also need the harness pigtail adapter if you don't want to cut your wiring. If you don't have a factory bumper the fitment issue may not apply.
Will follow up with some beam shots and night/morning driving impressions later.