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Arnott Introduces New Front Right Or Front Left Air Strut For ’06-’13 R-Class Mercedes-Benz

The Arnott Air Strut replaces the worn OE Mercedes-Benz strut and features a new custom-tuned shock absorber calibrated to restore the vehicle’s ride and performance.




MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. — Arnott Air Suspension Products announces a new, not remanufactured, Front Right or Front Left Air Strut for the 2006 to 2013 R-Class Mercedes-Benz (W251 Chassis) with AIRMATIC and with 4-Corner Leveling.

The new assembly — Arnott Part AS-2833 — replaces OEM Part Numbers 2513203013 and 2513203113.

The Arnott Air Strut replaces the worn OE Mercedes-Benz strut and features a new custom-tuned shock absorber calibrated to restore the vehicle’s ride and performance. The Arnott strut includes a new multi-ply air bladder from ContiTech and is assembled in the USA with Arnott’s long-lasting seals, stamped steel top cap, CNC-machined base, bumpstop, heavy-duty crimping rings, and new air fitting.


Product Features:

* New Custom-Valved Shock Absorber
* Multi-Ply ContiTech Air Bladder
* Pre-Assembled for Easy Installation
* Designed & Assembled in the USA

The Air Strut retails for $675 and is backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty. A detailed Installation Manual is available for download.

An Array Of Additional Innovations

The featured Air Strut 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.



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