Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C MaxxTerra DD TR 26" Folding Tyre

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Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C MaxxTerra DD TR 26" Folding Tyre - black/26x2.3
Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C MaxxTerra DD TR 26" Folding Tyre - black/26x2.3
Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C MaxxTerra DD TR 26" Folding Tyre - black/26x2.3
Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C MaxxTerra DD TR 26" Folding Tyre - black/26x2.3
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More braking power, more traction and better cornering: the Minion DHR II folding tyre by Maxxis


The side lugs are taken from the popular Minion Front and provide excellent cornering grip. The shovel-like centre lugs provide maximum traction and braking control.

Note from the manufacturer:
Maxxis strongly advises against the use of ammonia-based sealant. Ammonia has been proven to attack the carcass and can weaken it by up to 30% after only a few months, depending on the amount used.
Maxxis recommends you use Tire Plasma.

Specifications:


Application: All Mountain, Enduro
Type: folding tyre
Tubeless System: Tubeless Ready

Technical Information:


Rubber Compound: 3C MaxxTerra
Carcass: 120 tpi
Sidewall: Double Down

Models:


26x2.3
Dimensions: 26 x 2.3"
ETRTO: 58-559
Air Pressure: 2.4 - 4.1 bar
Manufacturer Part Number: 1110

Technology:


3C MaxxTerra
At Maxxis, the 3C tread is moulded from 3 different rubber compounds in one piece and is not subsequently assembled from two strips. Therefore, the treads can be shaped exactly according to the requirements of the respective tyre model, thus optimising the riding characteristics.
The Freeride version of Maxxis 3C compounds. More grip and traction than the 3C MaxxSpeed compound, with less rolling resistance and longer durability than 3C MaxxGrip. The ideal Enduro and Freeride mixture, because it combines good rolling resistance uphill with great grip on the descent.

Double Down
Double Down tyres are constructed just like the downhill tyres from Maxxis. However, the two carcass layers, which are reinforced with a butyl inlay, each have 120 (instead of 60) tpi. Combined with the aramid bead, this makes the tyres considerably lighter.

Tubeless Ready
Tubeless tyres have many advantages: you can ride with less air pressure. This gives better traction and reduces rolling resistance. And where there is no tube, the risk of punctures is reduced. Maxxis TR tyres are better prepared for mounting with sealant than other " tubeless ready" tyres. The bead of the Maxxis TR tyres is completely covered with a rubber layer like a real UST tubeless tyre. As a result, tubeless mounting is successful for all rims with standard dimensions even during the first inflation and with little liquid.

Contents:


- 1 x Maxxis Minion DHR II 26" folding tyre

Gewicht:

  • black/26x2.3: 955 g

Models:

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by Josef S.  on 15.07.2018
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Fahre den Reifen am Hinterrad.
Super Grip und Durchschlagschutz, die DD Flanken sind wirklich massiv!
Leider haben die Reifen bei mir nur einen (!) Monat gehalten. Also keinen Deut besser als Schwalbe. Jetzt ist das Profil so gut wie runter, die mittleren Rollen abgefahren und die Seitenstollen komplett zerfleddert. Das finde ich für den Preis schon ärgerlich. Dazu kommt nach 2-3 Abfahrten ein fetter cut auf der Lauffläche, da hat auch kein Tubeless geholfen. Also auf der Innenseite geflickt und mit Schlauch weitergefahren.
Habe davor die DHR II in 2.4 MaxxTerra Exo drauf gehabt und die halten wesentlich länger, vermutlich wegen den größeren Noppen (im vergleich zum 2.3er). Sicher habe ich den Reifen ordentlich gefordert, also viel felsiges Gelände und viele TM, aber wenn ich das gewusst hätte, hätt ich mich für einen anderen entschieden. Aufm Trailbike, welches vor allem Waldboden sieht eventuell besser, für den Enduro (dazu zähle ich mich) oder DH Einsatz mit härterem Gelände einfach zu kurzweilig und kostspielig.
Nächster Reifen wird eventuell der Aggressor oder DHR II 2.4/ DHF mit "harter" Gummimischung.

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