Arnott Introduces Reman Front OE Air Struts For 2010-'12 Land Rover Range Rover L322 With Variable Damping Suspension

Arnott Introduces Reman Front OE Air Struts For 2010-’12 Land Rover Range Rover L322 With Variable Damping Suspension

arnottlowArnott Air Suspension Products has announced the introduction of remanufactured front OE air struts for the 2010 to 2012 Land Rover Range Rover L322 with Variable Damping Suspension (VDS), including supercharged. Arnott’s air struts replace OEM Part Numbers LR032560 and LR032567.

Arnott says it thoroughly tests, cleans and repaints the original equipment before carefully rebuilding the part with a new, heavy-duty rubber air spring bladder from Vibracoustic. The remanufacturing process includes adding a new, heavy-duty crimping ring, new air fitting and new O-rings.

Arnott Part Numbers are AS-2757 (Front Right) and AS-2758 (Front Left). The Air Struts retail for $548.56 each. A refundable core deposit of $200 applies to each part. A detailed installation manual is included.

The parts are backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty in North America. They are covered by a two-year limited warranty in the rest of the world.

Arnott adds that while the highlighted remanufactured OE Land Rover Range Rover Air Struts are a great solution for luxury vehicle owners concerned about failing air struts leaving them stranded with expensive and recurring maintenance problems, Arnott offers an array of additional, innovative aftermarket parts for the Land Rover. For example, Arnott offers a revolutionary coil spring conversion kit for the latest generation Range Rover. Arnott’s elite Land Rover coil spring kit delivers a seamless and error-free conversion of the 2006 to 2012 L322, MK-III Range Rover suspension system, excluding supercharged.

The entire range of Arnott Air Suspension solutions for the Land Rover, including the Discovery II Series, and the LR3/Discovery 3 Series, can be reviewed here.

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