Not only did I put LEDs into my stock Dodge housing, I also put them in my wife's 2015 Ford Escape, my daughter's Honda and my 2015 Kenworth T880, both high and low beam.
They work just fine and light up two lane roads from fence to fence. A big plus out here where the deer and the antelope, along with cattle, play. Sometimes, rarely, I get people flipping their highbeams at me, but some new cars (and pickups, that sit higher) with stock, dazzling low beams are more annoying than mine.
My advice would be to do whatever the hell you want with your truck. I do. But try the cheaper route first before you invest big bucks into a total refit.
And remember, a lot of the stuff you read here is personal opinion or rumors, not solid fact. I got a huge laugh out of the guy who stated with absolute certainty that you had to let your oil drain for "Two or three hours" or the big controversy elsewhere on this forum about the oil capacity of the 6.7L Dodge Cummins engine. Some swore it was no more than 2.5 gallons, because that was all they could get out of it....changing it cold. Then they added three gallons "Like the book says," and are confused because it's over full. That "Proves" (to them) the oil capacity is really 2.5 gallons and Cummins is lying or Dodge is trying to cause damage in order to sell parts. Or the guys that stridently argue about using 15W-40 in the summer and switching to 5W-40 for winter, not knowing the viscosity of both is the same at operating temps. Or the guy who told me that my statement that taking the sulfur out of diesel fuel reduced the lubricity of the fuel had been, "Largely disproved." Took me about 30 seconds to find a study by Penn State University that proved my assertion. Never heard from him again after I posted the study.
There's no end to the nonsense.
Proceed with caution.