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Arnott Introduces New Air Spring For E61 Chassis 2004-2010 BMW 5 Series Wagon With Self-Leveling Rear Suspension

The air springs – OEM numbers 3712675602 and 37126765603 – are in stock for immediate shipping, marking yet another milestone in the ongoing expansion of the company’s line of high-quality, affordable air suspension replacement parts for BMW vehicles in particular, and luxury cars, trucks and SUVs in general.

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MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. — Arnott Air Suspension Products announced the introduction of a new Left Rear or Right Rear Air Spring for the E61 Chassis 2004-2010 BMW 5 Series Wagon with Self-Leveling Rear Suspension. The air springs — OEM numbers 3712675602 and 37126765603 — are in stock for immediate shipping, marking yet another milestone in the ongoing expansion of the company’s line of high-quality, affordable air suspension replacement parts for BMW vehicles in particular, and luxury cars, trucks and SUVs in general.
 
The air spring retails for $184, and is available from Arnott as part number A-2755.  
 
In North America, the part is backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty; it carries a Two-Year Limited Warranty in the rest of the world. A detailed Installation Manual is included to ensure a quick, safe, and successful remove and replace procedure.
 
The Arnott Advantage
Arnott’s new air spring features a Continental ContiTech air bladder, heavy-duty crimping rings, and high-impact plastic resin top and bottom pistons. The air spring fits either the left or right side, and replaces OE BMW air springs on vehicles with and without Sport Suspension. Arnott recommends replacing air springs in pairs.
 
Air Spring Features
•New air spring from Continental ContiTech
•Heavy-duty crimping rings
•High-impact resin pistons
•4mm Quick Connect Air Line Fitting
•Limited Lifetime Warranty
 
For Arnott’s complete 2014 Air Suspension Products Catalog, click here.

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