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MaxxisMinion DHF Dual Compound EXO/TR Tire - 26in

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Item # MXXE02R

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Description

Why We Like The Minion DHF Dual Compound EXO/TR Tire

For the trail and all-mountain riders making the switch to wider rims and tires, the Maxxis Minion DHF Dual Compound EXO/TR 26in Tire delivers unparalleled grip and confident control without adding excess weight and rolling resistance on difficult climbs. Its Dual compound is soft and grippy, yet offers better wear whether you're riding local trails or racing downhill. Not only that, but EXO sidewall protection offers enhanced reinforcement from slits and punctures as you tackle rock gardens at high speeds. This particular version of the DHF is built for riders using rims with internal widths of 30 to 35 millimeters to lay down a larger footprint on the trail. The lugged profile is designed to increase grip, especially in the corners, even if you're running at a lower pressure to find greater benefits in traction and control.
  • A version of the legendary DHF for wide rims
  • Center lug profile delivers confident braking traction
  • Enlarged corner blocks handle berms and rapid turns
  • EXO sidewall protection reduces flats and tears

Tech Specs
CompoundDual
Size26 x 2.5in
Typeclincher
CasingEXO
TPI60
PSI[max] 50
Beadfolding
Recommended Useenduro, trail
Manufacturer Warrantylimited
Weight

Claimed Weight

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2lb 15.9oz
905g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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The description says that this is a 2.5 in tire made for wider rims. However the only option to select appears to be a standard 2.3 in tire. What version is being sold?