Gecko Clutch Springs

Gecko MascotGecko Clutch Spring SetsMeet the latest addition to the Gecko Clutch family – Gecko Heavy Duty Clutch Springs.

With the slightly warmer temperatures we’ve been experiencing of late, it’s finally starting to feel like spring is here – and we all know what this means… it’s time to get your bikes out!

As is often the case at this time of year, there may be parts which need replacing. Gecko Clutch has been a popular option for those looking for reliable and reasonably priced aftermarket clutch parts – and its range has just got even bigger. So from one spring to another, Gecko clutch springs may be just what you need this season.


What makes Gecko springs such a good choice is the high quality materials which are used to make them. Manufactured using tempered high-carbon Japanese steel, the springs boast an exceptional tensile strength. They are then coated in phosphate which increases their resistance to corrosion, making the heavy duty springs ultra reliable. They also offer great grip, response and pressure to clutch plates.

What’s more is that purchasing Gecko springs saves you time and money. Not only are they affordable, they are sold as sets which include various lengths, diameters and number of springs to suit each application. They are listed to over 1,000 models.

Gecko clutch, available at Wemoto.The Gecko Range

The Gecko range currently consists of natural cork-based friction plates, steel plates, and heavy duty clutch springs. The range is constantly expanding so watch this space…

For more information about Gecko, visit the Gecko website.

Information correct at the time of publishing

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