Dodge Ram Smoked Headlights

February 4, 2023

Looking for quality smoked headlights for your Dodge Ram 1500, 2500, or 3500? You’ve come to the right place! We have done dozens of aftermarket headlight installations on the different years of the Dodge Ram and know pretty much everything about them. So, we have picked several options that work right and look great.


Dodge Ram with Smoked Headlights

They may be not just exactly what you’ve been looking for in your particular vehicle, as we’ve randomly selected the model years for this page. So you are welcome to do a little search to get the part number that will fit the exact year and trim level of your Ram. Alternatively, feel free to ask a question using the form below, and we will be glad to find the perfect-fitting smoked headlights for your vehicle!

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Dodge Ram Smoked Headlights



Spec-D® - Black/Smoke Sequential LED DRL Bar Projector Headlights

These headlights are designed to look more advanced and futuristic than the OE-style headlights. So, you are welcome to consider them as an aftermarket alternative for your Ram.
Features:Technical Characteristics:Fitment information:
Sequential LED
Projector lens
LED side marker
Low beam: H7 (included)
High beam: H7 (included)
Part number: 2LHP-RAM09SMG7-SQ-RS
1-year warranty.
2009 - 2020 Ram 1500
2009 - 2020 Ram 2500
2009 - 2020 Ram 3500
Will not fit models with factory projector headlights
Direct bolt-on for both Quad and Dual style factory headlights

Spec-D® - Chrome/Smoke Euro Headlights

These are the simplest and the least expensive smoke headlights for the 2020 Ram 1500. They feature a smoked lens and chrome housing. Note, that you are getting only the headlight shell and lens, without headlight bulbs. The OE bulb is supposed to work with these headlights.
Features:Technical Characteristics:Fitment information
Chrome housing
Tinted lens
No bulbs included
Bulb size: H13 (not included)
Part number: 2LH-DGP09G-RS
1-year warranty.
2009 - 2020 Ram 1500
2009 - 2020 Ram 2500
2009 - 2020 Ram 3500
Will not fit models with factory projector headlights

certified mechanic at Halo HeadlightsSteven is a certified mechanic and technical writer at Halo Headlights. Steven is excited about fast cars, loud music, and car mods. On yearly basis, he visits SEMA, as well as other car shows.

He has installed thousands of HID and LED kits and done hundreds of custom headlight retrofit projects. Now, he is ready to share his experience with readers.

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