So I understand the fogs/driving lights are LED but the headlights are standard incandescent? If so I think that's stupid. Can't wait too see the pics.
Not sure if you've seen it but this was a review posted on that website:Has anyone installed the Diode Dynamics HID kit for the projector headlights? seems like a good deal. Looking for reviews or ideas.
Low Beam HID Conversion Kit for 2015 Dodge Ram (projector) - Ram 1500 - Ram Trucks - Products By Vehicle
Which brings up a question of brightness... which out of the lighting range would you prefer?I recently purchased this product for my 2014 Ram 1500 with factory projector headlights. I chose the 6000K bulbs because it just about perfectly matches the XML2 LED fog light bulbs I purchased at the same time. The kit is pretty self-explanatory to wire and the ballasts can be mounted nicely with 3M adhesive pads. They make a huge difference in light output and provide a cool crisp color that adds a custom look. I'm very pleased with this product. (Posted on July 20, 2015)
You might want to confirm that with a community like retrofit source, some Canadian members might be able to give you a better idea.I live in a cold climate and I had heard LED are not good because they have no heat. The head lights can freeze and snow over.
Coming from the jeep world this was a Huge Problem with the TruckLight LED headlights. They don't produce enough heat to melt the snow / ice, and we are talking VA winters so nothing extreme. Now i know TL is now making new versions with heated lenses to fix this problem.I live in a cold climate and I had heard LED are not good because they have no heat. The head lights can freeze and snow over.