Arnott Introduces New Front Air Struts For 2003-'09 E-Class And 2005-'11 CLS-Class Mercedes-Benz With AIRMATIC

Arnott Introduces New Front Air Struts For 2003-’09 E-Class And 2005-’11 CLS-Class Mercedes-Benz With AIRMATIC

The Arnott-engineered aftermarket air struts for the Mercedes-Benz feature a new custom-tuned shock absorber calibrated to restore the vehicle's original ride and performance, according to the company.

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MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. —  Arnott Air Suspension Products has introduced new front right and front left aftermarket air suspension struts for the 2003-2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class (W211 Chassis) and 2005-2011 CLS-Class Mercedes-Benz (W219 Chassis) with AIRMATIC and without 4MATIC.

The Arnott-engineered aftermarket air struts for the Mercedes-Benz feature a new custom-tuned shock absorber calibrated to restore the vehicle’s original ride and performance, according to the company.

The new assemblies — AS-2785 (Front Right) and AS-2786 (Front Left) — replace original equipment part numbers 2113205513, 2113206113, 2193201113, 2113209313, 211320551380, 211320611380, and 219320111380 (Right) and 2113205413, 2113206013, 2193201213, 2113209413, 211320221328, 211320541380, 211320601380 and 219320121380 (Left).

The Arnott-engineered aftermarket air struts for the Mercedes-Benz replace the OE strut and feature a new custom-tuned shock absorber calibrated to restore the vehicle’s original ride and performance. The Arnott struts include a new air bladder from ContiTech protected by an aluminum can along with a CNC-machined top mount made from aircraft-quality aluminum.

The new air struts are assembled in the USA with Arnott’s long-lasting seals, bump stop, heavy-duty crimping rings, and connector valve along with a dust boot to protect the strut.

Each air strut retails for $625 and is eligible for a $50 cash back rebate. The parts are backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty and detailed installation manuals are available for download.

For Arnott’s 2016 catalog, click here.

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