I can't speak about a Dodge kit, but I did a retro kit on my 2013 Ford F-150. Being that I am trading in for a Dodge, I just removed my HID headlights, to replace with stock for trade in. From my experience, I can tell you this:
It is going to be a LOT OF WORK if you do a retro fit kit. I purchased aftermarket headlight housings, so I would not mess up my factories. It was a LOT of work to get them (baking headlights in oven to get them apart, cutting, JB weld, mounting, re-heating in oven, etc.). I ended up not sealing them back 100% perfect, so they fogged up. Yesterday, I dumped out about a half-cup of water from each headlight. With the condensation, came some rust on some of my bulbs and parts. You really need to look at some videos and how-to's before you decide to go that route.
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