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Maxxis Minion DHR 2 Tyre

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SKU: 4932
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Not an XC tyre

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Run it on the rear, run it on the front run it anyway you like, this tyre just works. Lighter than some of the other tyres out there and rolls reasonably well, not that it matters if you're pointing it down a chute. I paired it with an Assegai front for 2 weeks in NZ and had no complaints in a variety of wet and dry conditions.

great tyre

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The DHR is a great tyre choice. It manages to be reasonably fast rolling whilst still holding well in the corners and under heavy braking.

Cant go wrong with this beast

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Sickest tyre gettin round!

Minwow

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Chunkkyyyy and plenty of grip. Rave review 5*

The best

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This tyre is the best in the business and doesn’t need more reviews. However, what is worth commenting on is excellent service and one of the best in the World pricing provided by MTB Direct, which makes them preferred place to shop.

Stick like S#@t to a Blanket

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I run the Dhr 3C 2.4 on the front and the dual compound dhr out the back and wow grip for days. Really good combo for general trail riding. Don't expect them to roll super quick they don't but when u have grip like this who cares. I tried a DHF on the front for a while and yes it probably does grip better the noticeable reduction in rolling resistance wasn't worth it for me. The dual. Compound rear rolls a bit better and provides slightly better wear.

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