I bought the ones below for my 99 Adventurer, and I love the heck out of them.
I spent some time cutting the brackets that retain the lens in the brackets, but I also just screwed a couple of them on and they kind of "stretched" to fit.
These are standard brackets (the retaining ones) and you should be able to find them in any auto store, if you need them (I did not).
I also ordered the sockets further down to make rewiring easier. The wiring on the lights is not standard to what sealed beams are.
You'll need to pull the fuse on your daytime running lights if you have them.
And lastly, I run all 4 low beams on, when the lights are on. Based on the pattern I see and the fact that no one is flashing me, I don't think they glare at all for oncoming traffic. They create a nice pool of light right in front and out a little bit.
On high beams they create a phenomenal amount of light down the road.
They really have been a marvelous improvement.
One other note....if you want to use the built-in DRL's you'll have to put in a switch and run a circuit for them. The 99 incorporated the DRL circuit into the low beams.
Most of our highways specify "headlights on" and modern DRL's don't count. I run low beams all the time when I'm on the highway.