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Maxxis
Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 27.5" Tire

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In the rear with the gear.

When you're hurtling down the mountain at white-knuckle speeds, you need to be confident that you've got the traction you need. Introducing the Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5 inch tire. Taking their DHF tire as the starting point, Maxxis gave it a complete redesign to optimize it for rear traction, including beefing up the shoulder knobs and redesigning the center tread to provide the optimal mix of fast rolling and superglue-like grip. Maxxis' 3C rubber compound makes up the bulk of this tire, providing a long lasting and tacky rubber that won't give up. Of course, with the EXO casing backing you up, you can rest assured that no mere root or rock will give you a hard time, this durable casing will keep you rolling through the worst the mountain can throw at you. To take things to the next level, Maxxis made this tire tubeless ready for an extra bit of weight savings and traction.

The Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5 Inch is available in 27.5 x 2.3 Inch (60-584 ISO), or 29 x 2.3 inch (58-662 ISO). Optimized for use as a rear tire. Tubeless ready.

 

Weight: 1265 grams

 

Weight: 1265 grams

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 60-584 

 

Max Pressure: 60 PSI

 

Threads Per Inch: 60 TPI

 

Mfg PartNum: TB85927000 

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Best Front or Rear Tire Period for Enduro
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by chubacabra
Cycling Enthusiast
Glendale CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I had these on the front and rear of one of my bikes until the front was changed to a Highroller II. It rolls fast and great for climbing and all around use. I highly recommend it for any trail riding. Its like a security blanket. The Minion II's have not let me down at resorts like Mammoth Mountain CA or Big Bear CA.

Reviewed 2/17/2016
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One Sticky monster tire!
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by DannyT
Cycling Enthusiast
Austin, Texas
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I'll admit, this tire is heavy. I actually think it is the heaviest tire on the market... That said, in the variable terrain I ride in, this tire sticks tight, corners awesome, and my climbing has improved with it on the back - It is NOT a front tire. I had the High Roller II on back, and this is better - still have the HRII on the front now, and thinking of getting the Butcher Control next. And, even though it is heavy by over a pound more than most tires, I am sticking with the Minion on back... I ride high technical, from loose rock to rock gardens, and even climb up rock faxes... love this tire.

Reviewed 3/24/2015
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