87-93 Foxbody Smoked Light Kit
This 1987-1993 Mustang headlight, taillight, and fog light kit gives your Fox Body aggressive new looks while replacing cracked, faded, and broken lights. Being over 20 years old, Fox Body Mustangs tend to have headlight, tail lights, and fog lights that need to be replaced. Upgrade to this 87-93 smoked light kit to get them replaced and add sinister styling for a completely custom look. These smoked headlights and taillights are a direct replacement for factory lights, and the included fog light tint applies right over your existing fogs for an easy to install modification. This kit is a great way to achieve the smoked out, or blacked out look on your Fox Body Mustang!
87-93 Mustang Smoked Headlight Kit
Our new 6 piece smoke headlamp kit with smoke side markers adds that stealth look to your latemodel Mustang! The term "smoked" simply means that the plastic used to construct the lens has a black tint blended into it. Thus giving the lens a darker look. Due to the fact that the lens is darker it is recommended to purchase a set of ultra white headlight bulbs to offset the tint of the lens itself. Match this smoked headlight kit with a set of smoked fog lights and smoked tail lamps to complete the look!
87-93 Mustang Smoked Taillights
These high quality 1987-93 smoked Mustang LX taillight lenses are easy to install, and a budget friendly alternative to replacing the whole taillight assembly. This kit will add a distinctive and stealthy look to your Mustang's rear end. Kit includes both driver and passenger side lenses, butyl tape roll for 2 lenses, and attaching lens clips for 2 lenses.
87-93 Mustang Smoked Fog Light Tint
This 1987-1993 Mustang SVE smoked fog light tint is an easy way to give your Fox Body aggressive and stealthy looks. The "smoked" or "blacked out" look is one of the most popular trends in the Mustang community. Don't ruin your fog lights with spray on tint, pick up this smoked fog light decal kit for an easy to install modification that can easily be removed at any time. These stickers apply over your stock fogs and give them a smoked look while still letting light through at night. Made from high quality vinyl, this tint has been test fitted to perfectly cover your lights to give your Mustang a clean, new look.
Do you want to give your 87-93 Fox Body Mustang a blacked out look? Look no further than the LatemodelRestoration.com smoked Mustang headlight kits. We offer both a Smoked and Ultra Smoked headlight kit. Watch the video as Jeff walks you through some of the differences between these two kits.
The 87-93 Mustang Ultra Smoked Headlight Kit features a Ultra Clear style lens that does not have any factory style flutting on the lens. This allows for more light transfer and gives a more modern look all while keeping the blacked out smoked appearance. This kit includes headlights, park lights, side markers (turn signals), backing/adjusting plate and headlight seal.
The 87-93 Mustang Smoked Headlight Kit features a smoked lens with clear side markers. The lens is flutted just like the factory headlights. This gives you the smoked look all while keeping the retro factory look. This kit includes the headlights, turn signals (side markers) and park lights.
Both Smoked Mustang Headlight Kits are back by our NO HASSLE WARRANTY! Dress up your 5.0L Mustang to with a Smoked Headlight Kit from LatemodelRestoration.com
Don't forget the Mustang Fog Lights to finalize your Smoked "black out" appearance on your Mustang.
Both these kits are great for restoring your faded headlights on your 5.0L Mustang.
Here at latemodelrestoration.com, we have several different headline options for your '87 to '93 Fox Mustang. These range from your factory-style all the way to the uniquely different one-piece headlight kits. Now if you're the one that wants to go for that blacked-out, smoked look on your Fox Mustang, we've got two different options available for you.
The first option we have are these Smoked Headlight Kits. These include all of your park lights, headlights, and turn signals. The lenses are fluted, which is the OE Ford-cut pattern in the lens itself. The lens also features a tint, unlike the factory. Now this kit does not include the backing plates, bulbs, bulb retaining rings, or the headlight seals. If you're missing or you have to replace these, they are available on our website.
All right, our second option are the Ultra Smoked Headlight Kits. These kits feature no fluting on the lens, unlike the Smoked Headlight Kit. This kit comes with your park lights, your headlights, and you turn signals. It also includes all your headlight components, so it makes it completely ready to install right out of the box.
If you're going for that blacked-out look but you still want the retro OE Ford factory-style headlights, you definitely need to go with the Smoked Headlight Kit. But if you're going to go for that more modern blacked-out look, the Ultra Smoked Headlight Kit is just what you need. Now both these kits are available at a great price with free shipping. But best of all, they're both backed by a no-hassle lighting warranty.
So go to latemodelrestoration.com today to pick yours up. Also, make sure you follow us on Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook to get all the latest promotions and Mustang news.
Product: Fox Body Mustang Tail Light Lens Kits Brand: 5.0 Resto Fits: Mustang LX, GT, Coupe, Hatch and Convertible Year Models: 1983 (83) 1984 (84) 1985 (85) 1986 (86) 1987 (87) 1988 (88) 1989 (89) 1990 (90) 1991 (91) 1992 (92) 1993 (93)
Lens kit featured in this video: 1987-93 Mustang LX Taillight Lens Kit (Part #LRS-13450PR)
Watch this video as Jmac walks you through how to remove and install Fox Body Mustang Tail Light Lens. Jmac is installing a set of high quality 5.0Resto 87-93 Mustang LX taillight lenses.They are easy to install, and a budget friendly alternative to replacing the whole taillight assembly. Kit includes driver and passenger side lenses, butyl adhesive tape rolls, and attaching lens clips.
If you have wrecked your fox body Mustang and busted the taillight lenses, or you are just wanting to freshen up your Mustang's rear end, there is no better way to go! All 1983-93 tail light lenses are interchangeable, which allows you to personalize your foxbody Mustang. Replacing your tail lights are the perfect way to finish off that project Fox Body Mustang you have been working so hard to finish up.
Now today I'm going to show you how to replace the '83 to '93 Mustang tail light lens What we're working with here came out of a '93 coupe, and we have our replacement LX tail light lens in front of us. Now, you don't have to remove your housings from the car just replace the lens. We did so here just [INAUDIBLE] this installation.
Now, you're going to want to grab a flat blade screwdriver or something similar. And be very careful. Work your way around the edges of the housing and lens, separating the butyl tape sealer from the lens. You can actually start working it out by hand. Just work very slowly-- that way you don't break anything. And pull your old lens off.
Now, the inside of this housing is extremely dirty, and I need to remove all of this original sealer. I'm going to go ahead and get this cleaned up, and we'll show you how to put on the new sealer and new clips to attach your new lens.
Now that I've got everything cleaned up, I'm going to go ahead and throw on the new clips and the new butyl and the new lens. Now, all I used to clean out the old butyl was just a simple flat blade screwdriver, a little bit of time, and a little bit of patience. Work your way all the way around. You're not going to be able to get it perfectly clean unless you use some sort of chemical agent, but it's really not necessary.
I did take just an all-purpose cleaner and a microfiber towel and cleaned out the inside of the lens housing, because there was a lot of dirt built up. I'll sure you'll find the same thing on yours. Now, the factory uses four retaining clips. The new lens comes with five. The retaining clips are located on the outer tabs. And I'd normally take this fifth one and stick it on the next available tab next to the inside, because this will be next to the license plate. This is what I call the inside.
So we'll go ahead and throw those clips on. You want to make sure that the tang for the clip, right in there, goes toward the channel that the lens is actually going to be sitting in. And they just simply slide over the plastic tabs on the housing.
And you can go ahead and grab your roll of butyl. And I normally start at the lower corner, here. And just start unrolling it all the way around. You may have to stretch it out just a little bit to get it to fit down into the channel. That's fine.
And this stuff is very sticky, so take your time. Don't rush, because otherwise you'll just end up making a complete mess, which I have been known to do from time to time. And as this paper gets longer, you can tear off out of the way. That way, you're not fighting it the whole way around the lens. And when you come to a corner, just round it around.
And you'll notice around where the clips are at that butyl isn't tucking down completely in the channel, and that's fine, because whenever you set that lens into place, it will force that butyl in and around the clips so you have no leaks. That's why I put the clips on before the butyl.
And when you come up to your edge here, you just want tear off your remainder and then give yourself a little bit of a flattened edge on both sides. Tuck everything down in there. And then when you come up to your seam, just really make sure and marry those two together. That way, you have a completely sealed channel. Now you can take your lens. Kind of center it into position.
And then mash it on down. Don't press too hard, because you can break the lens, but you want to give it firm pressure all the way around to make sure that the lens fully engages the clips and then fully engages the butyl. All right. I'm not getting any more out of it.
So there you have it-- completely restored factory housing with our new LX lenses. Now, this same process will apply for any of the tail light lenses we sell. Again, the LX lenses are the only ones that include the butyl and the retaining clips. But we do have a kit that includes the butyl and retaining clips for all the other lenses that we sell.
Now, for more exterior restoration videos and for other lighting options for your Mustang, check out latemodelrestoration.com.
Got faded Fox Body Mustang headlights? No worries, here at LatemodelRestoration.com we have plenty of head light options available for your 87-93 Mustang. Watch the video as Jmac shows you how to remove and install headlights on your Fox Mustang.
Removal and installation of your Mustang headlights should take you less than an hour. It can be done in the driveway with simple hand tools. After you complete the installation of your headlights, make sure you check out our 87-04 Mustang headlight adjustment video to ensure you headlights are aimed correctly.
Our Mustang headlights are all backed by our NO HASSLE WARRANTY so you can rest assured you are getting a quality set of headlights!! All 6 (six) piece Mustang headlight kits include: head lamp, side markers (turn signals) and park lights. Some kits like our Deluxe kit include head light seals, backing (adjusting) plates and bulbs. Forget restoring your factory headlights with a headlight cleaning kit replace them with our quality 5.0Resto headlight kits.
Be sure to check out some of our most popular 87-93 Mustang Headlight Kits.
1987-93 Mustang Economy Headlight Kit with Amber Sidemarkers
1987-93 Mustang Economy Headlight Kit with Clear Sidemarkers
1987-93 Mustang Deluxe Headlight Kit with Amber Sidemarkers
1987-93 Mustang Deluxe Headlight Kit with Clear Sidemarkers
1987-93 Mustang Smoked Headlight Kit
1987-93 Mustang Ultra Clear Headlight Kit
1987-93 Mustang Ultra Smoked Headlight Kit
JEFF: Hi, I'm Jeff, and I've brought J-Mac with me today to show you how to install six-piece headlights on your '87 to '93 Fox Mustang. Now, J-Mac, we've got the economy headlight kit in front of us. Can you tell me a little bit more about it?
JONATHAN: Sure thing, Jeff. This is our 5.0Resto brand six-piece economy headlight kit. Now, don't let the word economy fool you, because these are premium quality direct replacements for your Mustang. Now, six pieces because it includes the side markers, headlights, park lights for both sides. And the side markers are available with either amber reflector or clear reflector.
We also have deluxe kits available where the headlights include the seals, backing plates, bulbs, and bulb retainers. Now, if you need any of those parts individually, we've got the retaining clips, backing plates, bulbs, bulb retainers, retaining nuts, bulb sockets, I mean anything that you could possibly need for your Fox headlight project.
JEFF: All right. Now, if factory headlights aren't your thing, make sure you check out our website. We've got more options on there. We've got anything from your ultra clear, your smoked, or your one-piece headlight kits.
JONATHAN: No matter what you choose, they're all covered with our no hassle warranty. Check out LatemodelRestoration.com for more details.
JEFF: All right. Sounds like we've talked enough about these products. Jonathan, how about you show them how to install it?
JONATHAN: That I can do. We've already installed the driver side lights, just to illustrate the difference between a new set and a faded old set. This passenger side here is completely yellowed, faded, cracked, not letting much light transfer through. Fact is, these are so sunbaked that this side marker used to be amber. Now it's completely faded away.
To remove your old headlights, you've got two nuts on the back of your park light, you've got three nuts on the back of your headlight, and you've got two nuts on the back of your side marker.
First things first, you want to go ahead and undo all of your bulb sockets, get those out of the way, then grab yourself an 11 millimeter wrench. A ratchet wrench is going to be your best friend, but a regular wrench will get the job done. And you can even fit a socket on some of these things. I'm going to go ahead and get these lights out and on the table, and then we're going to show you how to transfer your seals and backing plates onto your new headlight lens.
Now that you've got your headlights out the way, we'll talk about transferring your seals, backing plates, and bulbs over to your new headlight lens. Now, your seal is held on with just two metal clips on the side. Can easily disengage those, lift the seal out of the way. Then you can remove your bulb retainer and your bulb. Then grab you a small flat-blade screwdriver, and you can remove the three clips that hold the backing plate to the old lens.
These can kind of be a pain to get off. Just stick with it and they'll eventually break loose. Once you get your clips free, you can simply remove your backing plate and transfer it over to your new lens.
Now, you want to be sure that each head of the screw is engaged fully into the lens. That way your clips will actually retain it. May take a little bit of pressure to get it fully seated in the hole, but don't be afraid to apply that little extra oomph. Now you can grab your clips, start popping them back into place. A little bit of finger pressure will get them right on.
Then we can go ahead and put in our bulb and bulb retainer, and we're ready for the seal. Now, if your seals are in bad shape, like we said we have brand new ones, but this one's still in reasonable condition. A little bit of interior cleaner and conditioner, we'll go ahead and get that looking new again.
And you can simply slide it back into place and engage your metal clips on the side. And we're ready to go back together. We'll go ahead and get these new lights slid into place, and we'll show you the finished product when we're done.
All right. When going back together, you want to start out with your headlight, follow up with you park light, and finish up with your side marker. Tighten up all your nuts, and then reinstall your bulb sockets. Go ahead and turn your lights on to make sure that everything is still working properly.
Now, for a little bit of time and not a whole lot of money, you can greatly improve the exterior appearance of your Mustang while increasing nighttime driving safety. Now, just because we're done with the physical part of this install doesn't mean we're completely finished. Check out LatemodelRestoration.com for our headlight adjusting video that gives you step-by-step instructions.