Arnott Enhances BMW Aftermarket Air Suspension Line

Arnott Enhances BMW Aftermarket Air Suspension Line

arnottlowArnott Air Suspension Products, a leader in aftermarket air suspension products and accessories, recently announced a significant enhancement to its BMW aftermarket air suspension product line with the introduction of Arnott-designed Left and Right Rear Air Struts for the 2001 to 2008 E65 and E66 Chassis 7-Series … with and without Electronic Damping Control (EDC). This move represents four (4) separate air suspension parts.

Arnott’s BMW replacement struts feature heavy-duty Continental ContiTech air spring bladders and an exclusive Arnott shock designed to provide OEM quality and ride stability specifically for the popular 7-Series. The struts include a CNC-machined top mount and bottom air spring perch made of aircraft-quality aluminum, new crimping rings, O-rings, bump stop, aluminum can, air fitting, and protective dust boot. The struts come pre-assembled to ensure an OE fit and include a detailed installation manual.

The Arnott Part Numbers and associated OE Numbers for the struts are as follows:

• Right Rear Air Strut with EDC … Arnott Part Number AS-2684 … OE Numbers 37126785536, 37106778798, and 37126758580.

• Left Rear Air Strut with EDC … Arnott Part Number AS-2685 … OE Numbers 37126785535, 37106778797, and 37126758579.

• Right Rear Air Strut without EDC … Arnott Part Number AS-2686 … OE Number A37126785538.

• Left Rear Air Strut without EDC …  Arnott Part Number AS-2687 … OE Number A37126785537.

The parts are in stock and available for immediate shipping.

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