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Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29" Tire
Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29" Tire
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Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29" Tire
Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29" Tire

Maxxis
Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29" Tire

Mfg PartNum:TB96776100
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Get Rowdy With The Best Rear-Specific Trail Tire In The Biz

The well-loved Minion DHF needed a rear-specific counterpart, offering up the Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29er. It's constructed to improve acceleration and provide additional support. But, that's not all that improves the speed and nimble handling we've come to expect from Maxxis tires. Ramped and siped tread rolls fast and digs in under braking, along with strategically placed knobs that decorate the center tread.

Cornering, thankfully, becomes a breeze and that added traction inspires confidence on our rides. Further grip comes from running tubeless tires at a lower pressure so we can ride loose surfaces and rainy days without issue. Maxxis' EXO casing guards against punctures and potholes and Dual Compound rubber keeps faster roller in straight lines with less resistance, increasing control while we're riding trails or downhill laps..

The Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/EXO/TR 29 is available in 29 x 2.3 Inch (61-622 ISO). For 29" rims with inner diameters 30mm - 35mm, the Wide Trail 29 x 2.4 inch (58-662 ISO) size is for you Also available in 27.5 x 2.3 inch (60-584 ISO).

Features:

  • 29 x 2.3" folding bead rear-specific MTB tire
  • The right tire for loose to medium, wet and dry trails
  • Burly alternating L-shaped and siped corner tread maximizes rear support when leaned over
  • Ramped and siped tread track straight under braking
  • Paddle-like knobs are optimally placed on the center tread for control
  • EXO casing protects from punctures and debris
  • 60 TPI
  • Weight: 858g (3C MaxxTerra)

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

 

Weight: 858 grams

 

Threads Per Inch: 60 

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

 

Tire Width: 58mm (2.3in) 

 

Mfg PartNum: TB96776100 

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Works great on my son's downhill bike, good traction for when he is hitting the big features.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

We use the tires for downhill ridding.

Reviewed 8/6/2021
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The treads do dig in, but the sidewalls are a bit thin
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by Prairiedoghill
Cycling Enthusiast
Los Alamos, NM
4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I do like the grip, but the rear tire tore right at the sidewall bead after only a few rides :-( I tried adding a tube patch on the inside, but no luck. The 1/4-3/8" rip was too big for sealant to plug. Granted the hard rock trails here are pretty tough on sidewalls and rims, could have been just bad luck.

Reviewed 12/15/2020
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Best rear tire for hardtail mtb and full suspension
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by Triple OG MTB
Las Cruces NM

Used this tire for 5 years no disappointment whatsoever thanks Maxxis

Reviewed 11/3/2022
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great front tire, lots of grip
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
dallas tx

At first i tried this on the back, it had lots of grip, but had way too much rolling resistence. I swapped it to the front and put an agressor on the back, and it may not be a super fast combination, but it rolls nice and hooks in all conditions. when i need to replace the dhr2 i may go to the dhf for the front just to try. but the dhr works great in front.

Reviewed 6/22/2022
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Great tires!
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by Kirk005
Daily Commuter
San Jose
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

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!

Reviewed 4/6/2020
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Great front tire
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by Ken
Salt Lake City
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I use this DHR II 2.3 29 as a front tire on my aggressive trail bike. I have the Rekon 2.25 and Ikon 2.35 for the rear. Excellent setup, the fast rear tire lets you get up to speed, but more importantly the front DHR II helps with braking at high speed.

Reviewed 5/6/2021
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Great grip and braking. Great tire for the toughest terrain.
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by Anonymous
Massachusetts
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Great grip cornering and braking.

Reviewed 11/28/2020
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