Looking to change to aftermarket headlights on my 1992 full size blazer.
I'm trying to find out if the headlights and turn signal assemblies are the same or at least compatible with a 94 and up Tahoe or pickup. If not, then what are the differences? Also I'm debating on putting HID 6000K headlights on it, will I need to upgrade any relays or anything of that nature?
Back then none of the stock headlights were the greatest, so most of the after markets were a better choice, I would stick with the clear or Chrystal lenses, I just switched to high output, water proofed LED's in my Yukon headlights and driving lights, man what a difference. HID can be finicky especially in wet conditions. But of course the choice is yours.
Forgot to mention that the LED's were plug and play, so no mods were needed.
I have been looking into switching to LED's also, might have to go with them. As for the lenses, I have been looking at the smoked background with the clear lenses. But the headlight and turn signal assemblies I found show to fit 94-98 Tahoe/truck/suburban, do you know if those assemblies will also fit my blazer?
I know the size of the turn signal assemblies changed slightly in 1994 and won't fit older trucks
Any recommendation on what brand of LED's to put on there? I've found a ton of them but I'm not sure which ones may fit or not. I know it has the elbow style bulb backs on it to help with clearance from the headlight bracket, I just don't know which styles will fit or not.
Look on EBay, the place I got mine from was based in California and was very helpful in making sure they would fit my truck. Output is 12000 lumens at 6000k so very white light.
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