FREE 2 or 3-Day Delivery on Orders $119+ Details

Talk to a Mustang Enthusiast
M-F 8:30A-11P, Sat-Sun 8:30A-9P
Win $3,000 in Store Credit! Enter Daily >

Raxiom Axial Series One-Piece Euro Crystal Headlights; Black Housing; Clear Lens (87-93 Mustang)

Item 42012
AmericanMuscle no longer carries the Raxiom Axial Series One-Piece Euro Crystal Headlights; Black Housing; Clear Lens (87-93 Mustang). Please check out 1979-1993 Foxbody Mustang Headlights for an updated selection.
Call a Mustang Enthusiast at 1-877-887-1105
M-F 8:30A-11P, Sat-Sun 8:30A-9P

    Video Review & Installation

    Hey guys, Stephanie with, here with a review and install of Axial black one-piece headlights, fitting all 1987 to 1993 Fox body Mustangs. The Axial black one-piece headlights are going to be a good option for you if you're looking for the styling of a one-piece headlight and you want the dark look of a smoked headlight but without the sight issues that a tinted lens can bring. These headlights are what I consider a "no frills" headlight. They don't have any extra lighting, and they're more of an OE design than an aftermarket design. So they're also gonna be a good option for you if you aren't looking for any extra added accent lighting or styling from your headlights like some of the other options offer. So normally a Fox body Mustang would come with a three-piece headlight setup. Some people really like that look and some people don't. These headlights take the three-piece headlight design and mold it into a one-piece headlight. It's gonna have a subtly different look in the front end of the Fox body. As far as the styling goes, other than that one-piece design, these headlights have that black housing, which is nice in my opinion, for a few reasons. You still get the blacked out dark look from the headlights, but you get it without having to go with the tinted lens. That means that you get the style without the drawback of poor visibility. If anything, a fresh set of headlights and new bulbs are going to improve visibility if you're still running your factory components. The headlights don't have any additional or accent lighting either. You just have your three bulbs here, your main light, your turn signal, and your side marker. There is a little bit of a different design in the housing, which you can see for yourself. So these don't look like stock replacements, but they're still what I consider one of the more toned down options when it comes to headlights. Axial does make a headlight just like this one that comes with accent lighting if you wanted something a bit more from your headlights. I will say that the headlights are gonna come with this built-in top weather stripping, but they're not gonna come with new bulbs. Those you need to pick up separately, and you're looking at needing a 9,000 forward bulb. AmericanMuscle does carry these bulbs from both Raxiom and Sylvania if you're interested in a new set. When it comes to price, you can expect to pay a little over the $150 mark for these headlights. This is right in line with most other headlight options for the Fox body at this time, and these do come with a full one year warranty. And adding bulbs can cost another $40 or $50 depending on what brand you choose. When it comes to the install, you can plan on spending an hours time, and this is gonna be a one outta three wrenches in the difficulty meter. One thing I would consider doing is sealing the new headlights along the housing edges just to make sure you won't have any condensation issues later on. To start the install, you need to pull your stock headlights out and save the attaching nuts because you'll need them for the new headlights. Once the headlights are out, I would suggest cleaning up the headlight buckets while you have access. Next, you'll need to splice in the new connectors. Just take your time with the wiring and make sure you have solid connections. I'd recommend soldering in the connections and heat shrinking and taping everything back up once you're done. You can get your bulbs into the sockets, whether you're reusing your old bulbs or installing new ones. Slide the headlight into place and reinstall the nuts. The install will be the same for both sides, and then you're just looking at needing to adjust the headlights. You're gonna wanna make sure that the headlights are still gonna be accurate at night. You just need a Phillips head screwdriver for the adjuster to get the bulbs pointing where you need them to be. All right guys, wrapping things up here with the Axial black one-piece headlights. These are headlights that'll fit 1987 to 1993 Mustangs, and you can check them out more online right here at

    Product Information

    Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


    • Modern One-Piece Design
    • Stealthy Black Housings
    • Improves Visibility
    • Sold as a Set of Two
    • Fits All 1987-1993 Mustangs


    Modern Styling. These black Axial Mustang Headlights have a stealthy one piece designed housing that blends nicely into the lines of any pony for sleek sexy styling. So now your fox body pony can have clean modern looks rather than the bulky three piece lights it came with from the factory.

    Improves Visibility. You can greatly improve your night visibility just by replacing your old weathered and worn headlights with a new set of crystal clear lights from Axial.

    Bulb application. These Axial Headlights use a dual element 9004 bulb for high/low beams (not included). American Muscle offers high quality 9004 replacement bulbs from Raxiom and Sylvania.

    Trimming Maybe Needed. It may be necessary to trim the factory headlight bucket for proper installation.

    This pair of black Axial One-Piece Headlights is designed to be used on all 1987-1993 Mustangs.


    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    Installation & What's in the Box

    Installation Info

    What's in the Box

    • (1) Left Headlight Housing
    • (1) Right Headlight Housing
      Hardware included:
    • None Required

    Tech Specs


    Customer Reviews (180)

      Questions & Answers

      10 More Questions

          Related Mustang Categories