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Arnott Offers New Air Compressor For 2013-’15 GL-Class And 2012-’15 ML-Class Mercedes-Benz

The new compressor is produced by AMK and is designed for the 2013 through 2015 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class (X166 Chassis with AIRMATIC including the GL63 AMG) and the 2012 through 2015 ML-Class Mercedes-Benz (W166 Chassis).

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amk-arnott-compressorMERRITT ISLAND, Fla. — Arnott Air Suspension Products announces the introduction of air suspension compressor P-2858  for the Mercedes-Benz.

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The new compressor is produced by AMK and is designed for the 2013 through 2015 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class (X166 Chassis with AIRMATIC including the GL63 AMG) and the 2012 through 2015 ML-Class Mercedes-Benz (W166 Chassis). 

P-2858 is a 100 percent direct replacement for the original OE compressor and replaces OE Part Number 1663200104.

AMK’s air suspension compressors provide an efficient and reliable solution for replacing Mercedes-Benz pumps. Compressor P-2858 from Arnott — a powerful, extremely compact, and lightweight compressor backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty — retails for $425.

Features:

•Powerful and reliable

•Compact, lightweight design

•Minimum noise and vibration

•Integrated air dryer

•Made in Germany

•Limited Lifetime Warranty

 Additional aftermarket innovations for Mercedes-Benz vehicles

The featured new Air Compressor for the specified Mercedes-Benz vehicles is a high-quality, cost-effective suspension solution for Mercedes-Benz owners concerned about failing OE air suspension parts leaving them stranded with expensive and recurring maintenance problems. ‘The Arnott Advantage’ includes an impressive array of innovative new and remanufactured aftermarket replacement parts for Mercedes-Benz vehicles, the full range of which can be reviewed Here.

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