Halo Headlights for Toyota Tacoma
Draw eyes everywhere you go with an awesome set of Toyota Tacoma halo headlights by placing your order during our Annual Mega Sale, happening this week only. From Oracle Lighting™ and LED Concepts™, these kits and custom assemblies will last you for tens of thousands of hours of use.
AND, on top of that save even more with our free shipping policy for order totals $99+ within the contiguous US. Check out our selection of headlights with various lighting types and colors.
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More About Toyota Tacoma Halo Headlights
At NFC Performance, we carry a range of Toyota Tacoma halo headlight products from single color to multi color options, kits to pre-assembled lights, and LED to Plasma lighting types. If you're looking for a color changing headlight option, pick out a Profile Prism or colorSHIFT product. Not only are they capable of color changing, but you can program lighting effects as well!
All of our color changing products use LED (light emitting diode) lighting. While it is not the newest halo technology, LED lighting is the most popular lighting choice and gradually replaced the original halo technology: CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent lighting) rings. CCFL has since been retired as a halo lighting technology, but are still referred back to when it comes to the "classic halo look." LEDs overcame CCFLs for a few reasons. In addition to their programmable color changing and lighting effect capabilities, LEDs are remote controllable, making it easier for you to show off your halos whenever and wherever you choose. When buying LED halos, make sure you add a remote to your order if you don't already have one.
If you're looking for a long lasting, single color, exceptionally bright halo kit, Plasmas may be the type of halo lighting for you. Plasmas are the newest halo technology and are rapidly picking up speed in the aftermarket auto lighting world. This lighting type has taken benefits from both LEDs and CCFLs and improved upon them. Like CCFLs, Plasma rings have the classic halo look of a smooth, even beam. Plasma rings also have the high level of brightness that makes your halo rings visible even during the daytime. When it comes to continuous use, Plasmas knock out both CCFLs and LEDs with their 100,000 hours.
Toyota Tacoma Halo Headlight Installation
Toyota Tacoma halo headlight kits are known as plug and play items. Oracle Lighting™ and LED Concepts™ halo kits are easy to install and are delivered to you complete with a full set of installation instructions that will walk you through opening your assemblies, properly placing the wires and halo rings, and closing the assemblies back up. You won't need to worry about handling any complicated wiring.
You also have the option to select pre-assembled Toyota Tacoma halos. Pre-assembled lights arrive to you with the halos pre-installed, saving you the effort of installing them yourself. Pre-assembled lights are custom orders. When you place a custom order with us, we will request a photo of the front of your vehicle so we can ensure that the assemblies you receive will match perfectly with your car. This step is important because custom orders cannot be returned. You should also expect your custom order to take 12-15 business days to process before it ships out. If you've decided on full assemblies, but have questions about your order, give us a call or check out our custom order policies.
However, kits have a lower price point than full assemblies. If you've decided to go for a kit and handle the installation yourself, you can also check out the video by Oracle™ below to view the process step by step.
More Toyota Tacoma Lighting Products
Aside from the best Tacoma headlight rings and fog light rings, we have a slew of other aftermarket lighting products that you can use to boost the look of your vehicle. Check out our listing of universal fitment products. Where halo headlights and fog lights must be selected for your specific make, model, and year, universal fitment products aren't limited by these factors. They don't have many restrictions for which vehicles they are compatible with.
Demon eyes kits and wheel lights are among the most popular universal lighting products on our site. Demon eyes and halos (also called angel eyes) differ in a few ways. Halos get their name from the ring of light they emit, while demon eyes are named because they turn your headlights into a solid color. Because they are made with LED lighting, demon eyes are capable of color changing. Their only restriction is that they are only compatible with projector headlight equipped vehicles.
LED Concepts Lights For Toyota Tacoma
Our Toyota Tacoma halo headlights from LED Concepts™ use Profile Prism color changing technology and LED lighting. Though LED Concepts™ is relatively new to the auto lighting world, having opened up shop in 2013, they have grown quickly since then to overtake many of their competitors. In 2017 a larger company took notice of their success and acquired LED Concepts™. With access to new resources, this manufacturer can keep up their standards for their high quality products.
Oracle Halo Lights For Toyota Tacoma
All pre-assembled Tacoma products are made by Oracle Lighting™. This trusted company is known for providing a huge selection of top notch products for many different makes, models, and years. Not only do they produce exceptional halo headlights, Oracle™ also makes halo fog lights, wheel lights, and demon eyes.
Important Information for All Orders
As soon as you receive your halo headlights or other lighting product, the first thing you should do is inspect the product for damage. Damage during shipping doesn't happen very often, but it is a possibility. If you do notice a defect or shipping damage, contact us here at NFC Performance right away so we can contact the manufacturer on your behalf. According to LED Concepts' and Oracle Lighting's policies, they must be notified of defects or damage within 24 hours of delivery.
If there is no visible damage upon opening up the package, the next thing you should do as soon as possible is bench test the lights. This is an easy way to try out the lights to make sure they're working properly before you go to the trouble of installing them in your vehicle.