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The Maxxis Minion FBR is a rear-specific fat bike tire designed for trail riding. It shares the look of the Minion DHR II, but is optimized for fat biking. The Minion FBR features well-known, proven side knobs for cornering traction and ramped, paddle-like knobs down the middle, minimizing rolling resistance and maximizing traction in all conditions.
Maxxis Minion FBR EXO/TR 26" Fat Bike Tire is available in a 26 x 4.8" size. 120 TPI. 1,295 grams.
- Inspired by the Maxxis Minion DHR II.
- Rear-specific tread design for fat bike wheels.
- EXO Protection.
- Tubeless ready.
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by Dan scherer
Get these tires for my buddy down the street it was his birthday and he just loves them. The customer service man was excellent because I wasnt familiar with the tires I told him what I was trying to get and he change the order because I bought two front tires and not a front and rear. Excellent company
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