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Maxxis Dissector Tyre

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SKU: MXDSSCTRTYR
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Should be a great summer tyre

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Loving this rear tyre, matched with my DHF 2.5. Replaced Trek standard tyre that lacked side grip. Love this side and braking grip, rolls great. Not climbed much tech as yet. Was a little concerned about longevity being 3C, but not wear marks as yet after 4-5x rides... still early to tell. Would prefer dual compound on rear. Should be a great summer tyre

Does what they say.

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Oh yeah. Pretty much just as advertised. A lighter, narrower and faster brother to the minion pair. It sits below them for burliness but is top of the pack for speed/grip combination.

Makes for a sharp steering and lively front trail tyre. ( irrespective of what they say ) . Not to be compared with a Assegai etc its not in that league but perfect for trail duties. More grip and feel than an Agressor . Yet to try out back but have other mates who are loving the extra speed without much of a grip compromise.

Terrific under brakes both front and back

Have been testing the Exo casing only in Maxterra compound

Great rear. Nice weight saving over similar side wall dhr

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Great rear tire. Swapped from commonly using either dhr2 or Kenda nevegal2. much lighter than dhr and little lighter than nevegal. Barely any noticeable loss in traction compared to dhf but weight saving makes it a no brainer. Next going to try swapping dhf on front for dissector, so run front and rear.

Great on the front

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Swapped my DHF on the front for this, with Rekon on the back, as i'm doing more trail than enduro/DH these days. Rolls fast, rolls over onto it's side smoothly without the vague in-between bit like the DHF. Seems to have plenty of grip for my local stuff. Really enjoying it overall, no bad points to speak of so far for what i'm using it for.

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