Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Modifications Forum [GEN 1]' started by Buzzard2, Oct 12, 2020.
Good to know! wait for black friday deal
Got my XB's yesterday going to install this morning. Got a good price from a forum vendor and didn't want to chance having them sold out before my order got in on BF.
Did I leave some money on the table by not waiting? If I did not much.
Why wait for Black Friday? We have them on sale now. Best price of the year while supplies last. We will run out. Message me for details
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To those who have XB installed, did you needed to adjust the light after install? I have mine here. Brackets for whipple cooler is in the way, almost had to take off both the brackets and cooler to remove headlights... so I better make sure they are aligned before bolt everything back on.
Just ordered XB’s for my ‘11 raptor, awesome deal right now
Yes, I had to adjust everything for both High and Low (both vertical and horizontal) on my Gen1. Was very easy. Took maybe 30mins with measuring, setting tape “targets” on garage door at 25’ and making the adjustments. Might have to do a little gymnastics to get to the adjusters once lights are installed but not bad.
One more thing for folks purchasing, you’ll find very good specifics about location for adjusters on the XBs of every year Ford truck here: https://blog.theretrofitsource.com/...ight-vertical-and-horizontal-adjuster-details
So you can get to the adjusters while installed? Long screwdriver or short one?
Low beam vertical can be adjusted from the top, just like the OEM. Anything else has to be from the back. I don't think they pre-aim these lights at factory at all. On mine, driver side low beam was a little low, passenger side high beam was way too high. Horizontally looks OK. But I didn't do meausrment, just compared to photos I took with OEM headlights at the same spot.
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