Arnott Introduces Rear Coil Conversion Kit For 2003-'09 E-Class Mercedes-Benz Wagon

Arnott Introduces Rear Coil Conversion Kit For 2003-’09 E-Class Mercedes-Benz Wagon

Arnott Part Number C-2896 converts the vehicle's rear air springs to a reliable coil spring suspension system, the company says.

arnott-mercedes-MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. — Arnott Air Suspension Products announces the introduction of a new Coil Spring Conversion Kit for the 2003 to 2009 E-Class Mercedes-Benz (W211 Chassis) Wagon with Rear Suspension Only and without ADS.

Arnott Part Number C-2896 converts the vehicle’s rear air springs to a reliable coil spring suspension system, the company says.

Arnott’s springs are designed to give the E-Class Wagon a smooth ride, comparable to the original air suspension. Arnott’s aftermarket springs fit perfectly in the seat without welding or modifying the original suspension.

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class suspension conversion kit features powder-coated coil springs made from American steel along with top and bottom mounts. This conversion kit includes Arnott’s Patent-Pending Electronic Bypass Module (EBM), which will turn off annoying dashboard warning lights.

This rear Coil Spring Converson Kit retails for $307.97 and is backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty. It is not for E-Class Wagons with 4-Corner air suspension (w/ADS).

Product Features:

* Powder-Coated US-Made Steel Springs
* Electronic Bypass Module Turns Off Warning Lights
* No Vehicle Modifications Required
* Detailed Installation Manual Available
* Limited Lifetime Warranty

The featured Coil Spring Conversion Kit for the Mercedes-Benz is a high-quality, cost-effective solution for Mercedes-Benz owners concerned about failing air suspension parts leaving them stranded with expensive and recurring maintenance problems. However, ‘The Arnott Advantage’ includes so much more … Arnott offers an impressive array of additional, innovative new and remanufactured aftermarket replacement parts for the Mercedes-Benz. The entire range of Arnott Air Suspension solutions for Mercedes-Benz vehicles can be reviewed Here.

 

For Arnott’s complete 2016 Air Suspension Products Catalog, Click Here.

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