1988 to 1998 Chevy & GMC OBS Custom Lights
The Chevy & GMC 1988 to 1998 (and 1999 Classic models) OBS trucks and SUV's are one of the most popular vehicles to do a Custom light Upgrade on. The factory lights are faded after years of use and the classic body style of these trucks make them a natural to customize with both the young and old alike. The front end lighting on these trucks is the same that is used on the 1992 through to 1999 C/K Blazer, Suburban and Yukon. They also share the same taill lights from the trucks to the SUV's. Keep in mind the corner light changes that makes them different on the 1988 to 1993 models from the 1994 to 1998 models. You can also update the 4 small headlights that came on the 1988 and 1989 models to use the composite lights just by drilling holes to mount the brackets.
Note - The front lighting for these trucks do not fit the Work Truck (W/T) grill. If you have a work truck and wish to use custom front lights you must replace your grill with a different grill that uses the composite headlights.
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98chevy2500SS said:So this wouldn't work?
This what I am talking about. I am definitely not going to put LEDs in my stock headlights, I have researched about that a lot and people have said no. I don't know, I thought they made LED headlights for these trucks, if those ones above are just halogen housings with LED lights in them, then I will stick with halogens, no big deal.
I might even just go HID, don't know, I guess it's something to think about. After thinking last night, I really just want headlights, not a full set, want something better for at night since I work until 8:00pm at night, would like something better than the halogens. I have some SilverStar Ultras right now, but would like something brighter.
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Yeah, those are just halogen housings with drop in LEDs. Crappy tinted ones with cheap looking LEDs at that. Definitely don't waste your money on those. We've been over all this in @shovelbill's thread, there's a ton of good information in there.
To make a long story short, a lot of people think the factory halogens aren't "good enough" because they've never seen them operating properly. The recipe for great output from the composite housings in these trucks is as follows:
1.) New set of housings, either OEM GM (expensive) or one of these two aftermarket options. No tint on the lenses.
The Anzos are plastic and more immune to rock chips and abuse, the Spyders are glass and therefore more fragile but more resistant to yellowing over time.
2.) A good set of factory halogen bulbs with NO tint or color of any kind. Another reason you're probably not impressed with your current setup is the SilverStar Ultras. Those things are not bright at all, and it has a lot to do with the blue tint painted onto the bulb. It blocks output. I recommend either GE NightHawks (The standard ones with no blue tint) or these Sylvania XtraVisions.
Sylvania XtraVision 9006 (Low Beams)
Sylvania XtraVision 9005 (High Beams)
3.) A heavy duty headlight harness with 4-Hi mod. The HD harness will pull power straight from the battery and through relays to power your headlights, instead of the factory setup which runs all headlight power through the headlight switch. This will increase your voltage at the bulbs considerably and gain you a ton of output. The 4-Hi relay will keep all four lights on when you hit your high beams instead of shutting off the low beams.
Follow this recipe and the end result is plenty bright.
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Chevy 1500 2500 3500 Truck Projector Headlights
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1988 Chevrolet C1500 HID Kits & LED Headlights
Find Xenon HID headlights and LED headlights for your 1988 Chevrolet C1500 below. Upgrade your headlights today to enhance your visibility by up to 5 times over standard halogen bulbs. A simple plug-and-play installation will make driving safer in low visibility conditions. Free shipping and lifetime warranty included on all purchases!
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