MAXXIS tires Minion DHF 27,5 | 650B x 2.30 3C MaxxTerra TR EXO
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The Minion DHF combines proven elements such as tapered lugs for low rolling resistance and smoothness, with cut lugs for added grip.
What makes him the perfect all-rounder for enduro and freeride missions.
Due to the excellent straight-line stability and cornering stability, it offers a clearly defined border area, making it a recommendation for everyone.
Tubeless Ready (TR)
tube loose tires have many advantages: you can drive with less air pressure. This gives better traction and reduces rolling resistance. And where there is no tube , the breakdown risk also decreases. MAXXIS TR tires are better prepared for installation with sealant than other "tubeless ready" tires. The bead of our TR tire is like a real UST tube tackle completely coated with a rubber layer. As a result, tube assembly on all rims with standard dimensions is already successful on initial inflation and with little liquid.
Even "normal" MAXXIS MTB tires can be mounted like other Tubeless tires with sealant as the carcass fabrics are very dense.
Officially released for tubeless assembly and guaranteed by MAXXIS are only the new MAXXIS TR models. Tubeless mounting of other models is at your own risk.
Note: We strongly advise against the use of ammonia-containing sealant. Ammonia has been shown to attack the carcass and, depending on the amount used, can weaken it by up to 30% after only a few months.
This extremely cut and abrasion resistant material protects the sidewall of various MTB tires. It is very tightly woven, light and very flexible. As a result, the performance of the tires remains convincingly good.
The right 3C mixture for our enduro and freeride tires. Smooth running uphill, as well as best grip downhill characterize this mixture just as a long life.
Tire Type: Folding tire
intended use : EN, FR
Size (inches): 27.5 x 2.30
Size (ETRTO): 584 - 58
Density: 60 TPI
Execution: Tubeless Ready, EXO
Rubber compound: 3C MaxxTerra
Pressure: 2.0 - 4.5 bar (29-65 PSI)
Note: The weights of the tires may vary.