Heads and Fogs

Stage 3: 14-21 4Runner

XD-TY-4R-S3

PART #: 1 x LF531.2, 1 x LF220, 1 x XD.LED400


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Fresh Look: What better way to transform the front end of your Toyota 4Runner truck than with a fresh set of high-performance LED headlights and fog lights to match – which is exactly what you get here with options from the best names in the business from Morimoto, AlphaRex, Baja Designs, KC Hi-Lites, and more! This kit is perfect for the guys for who want to spend more time behind the wheel than online figuring out what fits perfectly, works right, and performs the way we demand. We’ll curate the right stuff; you just worry about the install (and the first destination-in-the-dark to test it all out!)

Street Legal: While Plug n Play bulb upgrades for the headlights are an easy way to produce more light from the stock housings, they’re not exactly street legal and aside from the whiter light, your truck is still going to look the same otherwise. Not only will a complete set of headlights far outshine the stock headlights with brighter bulbs in all conditions, their beam pattern will be wider, more evenly distributed, and will obviously look way better with their integrated LED turn signals and daytime running lights. When it comes to LED headlights for the Toyota 4Runner, there are only two options worth buying (and oh are they worth it!)

Option one: Morimoto XB LED: Yes, they’re the most expensive but as the saying goes, you really do pay for what you get. The XB 4Runner LED headlights from Morimoto are the most OEM-like in terms of fit, finish, quality and design. Everything else on the market (even the AlphaRex) has a hint of cheesy aftermarket style, but not the case with the 4Runner headlights from Morimoto. Issues with early production are long gone, they’ve upped the ante on performance, and are now producing what we believe to be the best aftermarket headlights in the world for the 4Runner. With four true LED low beam projectors, dual bi-LED high beam projectors, the sequential LED turn signal, and the bonkers-bright LED Daytime running light – the XB LED’s are packed with basically every feature one would want in a high-performance headlight.

Option two: AlphaRex Nova Series: While newcomers to the complete headlight game, AlphaRex left Anzo, Spyder, Spec D and Recon in the dust with the Nova Series headlights. They use a total of eight miniature LED projectors to produce a low beam and high beam output that’s actually a little bit brighter in terms of overall lux than the Morimoto, but not quite as wide or well-distributed. The daytime running lights have a cool start up sequence feature that’s very “iron-man” but the optics aren’t nearly as legit as the Morimoto, so won’t appear very bright during the daytime. They’re a bit more affordable than the Morimoto lights and everybody who tries them seems to like them. Time will tell how long these bad boys last since most of AlphaRex’s lights were released within the last year alone, until then: While not as nice as the fancy Morimoto headlights - we can tell you they’re a far-better option than all the other junky options out there.

Stage III 4Runner Fog Light Package: Here, it’s not as easy an option because we carry so many great choices for 4Runner LED fog lights, but depending on your style, budget, and brand preference – the information below should help you make the right choice on just what fogs are right for your truck. Read on!

Option one: Morimoto’s XB LED fog lights specifically designed for the 14-21 Toyota 4Runner trucks. These things produce an amazingly wide beam pattern that is much brighter and smoother than stock. For a fog light, their beam pattern puts all of the light exactly where you want it; filling in the foreground directly on the road in front of your truck, and far off to the left and right side. They look OEM-like with the gloss black interior, simple projector lens, and clean design. These are not the brightest of the bunch, but we will caution that when it comes to fog lights, you really don’t want it to be any brighter than the dimmest part of your headlight beam in the foreground – which really makes these blend perfectly with your beam pattern. Definitely the most bang for the buck option for an all-around excellent LED fog light for the 4Runner.

Option two: Baja Designs Squadron SAE fog lights are an excellent choice as well. While often mistaken for “off road” LED pods because that’s what they look like, the SAE optics produce a wide beam pattern that’s street legal and ideal for fog lights too. These will be brighter than the Morimoto fog lights, are available with either white or yellow output (yellow for driving in poor weather conditions), but also cost a bit more, and don’t have the same OEM look that the Morimoto’s do. If you like maximum output and don’t care what they cost or how they look, Baja Designs Squadron series all day.

Option three: KC HiLites Gravity fogs are another popular choice among Toyota enthusiasts. They fit the truck perfectly, have a subtle look when off, are bomb proof reliable, and who can argue the heritage of the KC HiLites name? They offer them with a white output that will match your headlights perfectly, or yellow (our personal favorite) for those who often drive in poor weather. The yellow light penetrates through the fog, snow, rain, and dust more effectively than white light will, which tends to reflect off particles more than shine through it.

Option four: Diode Dynamics SS3 fogs. What can we say, they look like the Baja Designs Squadron SAE’s, they’re less expensive, also engineered and made in the USA, and have quite a bit of beam pattern options too. The SAE option is street legal and a great option for a true fog light, and the other beam patterns are great for guys who want to use the fog position as an off-road type light. If you like the Baja Design’s but aren’t fan boy enough to pay the big boy Baja price, the Diode SS3 is a great alternative that gives you mostly the same thing without the Baja bragging rights.

Catered: Yes, you can buy similar upgrades separately (and surely from other vendors too) but when you shell out the big bucks to upgrade your 14-21 4Runner with our Stage III Lighting system, at least you know you’re getting the right stuff to make it work the first time. You also get a free hat from our friends at Baja Designs or Morimoto AND a free XTR-LP reverse light system to use your truck, which is pretty much the most badass back-up light in the world.

Lighting the way since 2001: Keep the rubber on the road and the light on the ground where it belongs guys. XenonDepot has been serving enthusiasts with the best lighting upgrades since 2001 and we’ve got the best, most knowledgeable team of car guys (and gals!) here to back it up. If you’ve got any questions on this kit or want to customize a different setup for your truck, contact us today!

Product Specs

  • What's Included

  • LED Headlights: Morimoto XB LED or Alpharex Nova

  • LED Fog Lights: Morimoto, Baja Designs, KC Hites or Diode Dynamics

  • Reverse Light: XTR LP Light Bar (No Charge)

  • Wiring: All Harnesses Included

  • Warranty: Dependent on Options

  • Compatibility

  • 2014: Toyota 4Runner

  • 2015: Toyota 4Runner

  • 2016: Toyota 4Runner

  • 2017: Toyota 4Runner

  • 2018: Toyota 4Runner

  • 2019: Toyota 4Runner

  • 2020: Toyota 4Runner

  • 2021: Toyota 4Runner

  • Tech Specs

  • Morimoto Heads (Low): 5200 Lumens

  • Morimoto Heads (High): 10400 Lumens

  • Morimoto Heads (Kelvin): 5000K

  • AlphaRex Heads (Low): 5400 Lumens

  • AlphaRex Heads (High): 9800 Lumens

  • AlphaRex Heads (Kelvin): 6000K

  • Baja Squadron Fogs: 5560 Lumens (white)

  • Baja Squadron Fogs: 3000K or 5000K

  • Morimoto XB Fogs: 2400 Lumens (white)

  • Morimoto Xb Fogs: 5000K

  • Diode SS3 Fogs: 10600 Candela (white)

  • Diode SS3 Fogs: 3000K or 6000K

  • KC Hilites Fogs: 866 Lumens (white)

  • KC Hilites Fogs: 5000K or 3000K

  • Fog Beam Pattern: SAE Wide Fog

  • DOT/SAE Compliant: Yes (All Options)

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