Arnott Air Suspension Products

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Arnott Air Suspension Products
Private Company
IndustryAutomotive Aftermarket
HeadquartersMerritt Island, Florida, USA
Key people
Adam Arnott (Co-Founder)
ProductsAir Suspension Products
Number of employees
More than 100

Arnott Air Suspension Products is an American privately held corporation headquartered in Merritt Island, Florida. Arnott develops and sells aftermarket automotive air suspension products for luxury cars, trucks, and SUVs.[1]


Arnott Air Suspension Products was founded in 1989 in Punta Gorda, Florida by Donald Arnott after his son, Adam, remanufactured an air spring for his father’s car in the family garage. The part not only worked well but the father and son team soon found, it also filled a growing need for affordable replacement air suspension products. Before long, Adam and his father Don were traveling across Florida, providing air suspension repairs for others. Adam Arnott manages the company today.[2]


Arnott Air Suspension Products sells automotive aftermarket air suspension products and accessories for American and foreign luxury cars, trucks, and SUVs. These products include:

  • Air springs,
  • New and remanufactured strut and shock assemblies,
  • Coil spring conversion kits,
  • Compressors and dryers.

Sales and Distribution[edit]

Arnott Air Suspension Products sells online from its website and through a network of resellers including installers, jobbers, parts stores, distributors, and online retailers.

In addition to its Merritt Island, FL location, Arnott has Northeast, Central, and Western U.S. regional distribution centers, a Canadian distribution facility, and in early 2014 Arnott opened a Sales and Distribution operation in the Netherlands to provide local support for the European Union.[3]


  1. ^ "Company Profile for Arnott Inc. Air Suspension Products". Retrieved 1 December 2014.
  2. ^ "ABOUT US". Retrieved 1 December 2014.
  3. ^ "Arnott® Air Suspension Products Opens European Union Office and Distribution Center". Retrieved 1 December 2014.

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