Maxxis' Minion DHR II 29 Inch MTB Tire is ready for duty on the back of your trail shredder. Benefiting from a total redesign, the Minion DHR II sees improvements on many fronts. The shoulder knobs are beefed up versions of those found on the Minion DHF to be more at home on a rear tire, and the center tread's paddle design assists in braking while rolling smoothly. The 3C rubber compound is long wearing, while still providing ample grip and traction, and the DHR II is tubeless ready for a bit of weight savings and low tire pressures.
The Maxxis Minion DHR II 29 Inch is available in 29 x 2.3 Inch (58-662 ISO), or 27.5 x 2.3 inch (60-584 ISO). Claimed weight: 825 grams. Optimized for use as a rear tire. Tubeless ready.
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Really great, grippy tires. DHF and DHR both. Not the greatest rolling, but what downhill tire is? On about my 10th set of these. I just wish they would be less expensive ($75tire is what you can pay for some car tires, with 10x the amount of rubber, steel and nylon!). But it's still my only tire of choice for my Yeti SB5.5 29er running tubeless. Cheers!
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