If the halogen lights are sufficient for freeway driving, install led bulbs for an added brightness and a light bar for off road or when using high beams. You'll save a lot more, but you won't get the cool factor of the halo outline, though.2020 Lariat , it’s not the sport , what I wanted but they did not have and could not locate . I had 2015 Lariat FX4 sport with the LED and had the same issue everyone kept flashing lights . Looked at changing current lights to the Blacked out Lariat lights but they are not cheap.. not sure what the hell ford was thinking . Looked at three different tremors all had different options ..
Appreciate your opinion , not wanting headlights to blind just looking to get better road light. There are a lot of issues with people not adjusting headlights after increasing tire size and lift kits . These jack wagons could give a shit if you can’t see thanks .I constantly HATE the headlights for 'any brand' of truck that has LEDs. Blinds people driving, literally... I do not give a crap if YOU see great... I cannot as an vehicle in the opposing lane. Blinding! I got a regular XLT with halogens as I do not want to blind others. My opinion is they should be outlawed or better regulated for aim for highway use. Terrible... My opinon!
Did the same thing with the kit form F150 LEDS, my lights are bright but adjusted correctly. I recommend not just using the adjustment screw but re mounting the whole light and fine tuning it from there. My lights were way out of wack from the factoryThe lights from our SuperDuty's tend to blind oncoming drivers not because they super bright... on the contrary the factory halogen's I thought were terrible, however it seems the alignment of the headlights are notoriously bad right out of the factory.... if you're being flashed by oncoming drivers like I was for a while, simply align your headlights down a bit. It's super easy to do.
Adjustment screw is at the top of the headlight just through the radiator cowl. Problem solved. I upgraded to the HR Revolution LEDs and with a proper alignment I can see just fine and so can oncoming drivers.