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MaxxisAssegai Wide Trail 3C/EXO+/TR 29in Tire
Item # MXXE01G
What do you think about this product?
June 21, 2021
Is a beast but EXO+ not for me
- Size Bought
- 29x2.6 EXO+
- 5` 8"
- 155 lbs
I mistakenly ordered the EXO+ version and I find the sidewalls too stiff for my liking. I'm an older trailrider, not a downhiller... Riding NorCal trails - soft dirt, dry/loose in summer, roots, rocks, lots of climbing... Am going to go to a WTB Vigilante 2.6 in Lite, Hi Grip version, see how that goes... BTW, I love the Assegai Maxx Grip EXO version in a 2.5. May end up back there, who knows. It's fun to try out tires.
March 29, 2021
Is this 60tpi or 120tpi? On Maxxis website there EXO+ options are only in 120tpi but if I select the feature 100tpi+ these tires dont show up.
October 8, 2021
Hi Che, This tire with the EXO+ option is 120tpi.
May 13, 2020
The details say Max Grip compound and the Spec says Max Terra compound. Which one is it?
June 10, 2020
Hi Matthew, that is a great question as it really isn't that clear. I checked the PN and it is a 3c Maxx Terra. NOT the Maxx Grip version
August 22, 2019
How much does this version weigh?
June 10, 2020
HI Spencer, according to the Maxxis website this tires weights 1,125 grams.
August 18, 2019
Just Send It!!
- I've used it several times
If you are looking for your new front tire, look no further!! OK so I was looking for a tire to really aid in cornering on the downhill and still roll well on the uphill. This tire has preformed well above what I thought it was going to. I was on the Minion DHR II (stock from Santa Cruz), but I have also ran the DHF on another bike. The Assegai is truly an exciting tire to have in front of you. The only thing I am worried about is faster wear, but the tire is a bit softer compound and this, I believe, is what makes the tire so great. So buy one if you are looking for a new front tire! Have fun friends
October 31, 2019
What was the rolling resistance compared to the DHF on the front? I’m looking for a front tire that can handle damp off camber roots but will still work as a trail tire. I’m running a DHR2/Aggressor combo and want something that isn’t so drifty on the front at certain lean angles.