Arnott, the industry leader in aftermarket air suspension products, has introduced new, Arnott-engineered, aftermarket air suspension struts for the front of the 2003-2019 Bentley Continental GT, 2006-2019 Flying Spur and 2003-2006 Volkswagen Phaeton.  AS-3127 (front right) and AS-3128 (front left) replace the OE struts and feature a premium Eibach shock absorber precisely valved to ride like the OE. 

The new struts were designed with an elongated piston, which provides an exceptional ride without requiring the OE reservoir. The Arnott struts are built with Tier 1 components including a cross-cord multi-ply air bladder from ContiTech and a CNC-machined top mount made from aircraft-quality aluminum. This new air strut is designed and assembled in the USA with Arnott’s long-lasting seals, O-rings, polyurethane bump stop, heavy-duty crimping rings, quick connect air fitting and check valve along with a dust boot and aluminum can to protect the strut. Each air strut for the Bentley and Phaeton is backed by Arnott’s industry leading warranty. 

For more information on the company’s extensive line of affordable, high-quality, air suspension replacement products now available for more than 150 automotive and motorcycle applications, visit

About Arnott

Founded in 1989, Arnott Inc. is the global leader in aftermarket air suspension products for luxury cars, trucks and SUVs offering an extensive line of affordable, high quality, products for more than 150 automotive and motorcycle applications. Arnott provides its customers with a choice when repairing and replacing a failing air suspension system. Customers can choose between Arnott remanufactured struts that provide O.E. functionality, Arnott designed and assembled brand-new replacement air springs, struts, shocks, coil spring conversion kits or compressors – all reasonably priced. Arnott products are available from leading automotive warehouse distributors, providing full coverage of North America and Europe along with export sales to many other countries. For more information, visit

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