Maxxis Minion DHR 2 29×2.3 3C DD, MaxxTerra
The Minion DHR 2 is the evolved “mate” to the Minion DHF, but it’s evolved past simply being a rear tire match for the DHF.
Labeled as a rear tire the Minion DHR 2 is actually popular on both front and rear setups. The DHR 2 is fast rolling with sipes in the cornering lugs designed to increase the available cornering power of the tire. Perpendicular sipes in the tires center section provide increased braking grip. Minion’s have excellent trail tracking in loose and loose over hard conditions.
Minion DHR 2’s are paired with a wide variety of other tires. Typically DHF, another DHR, or the Maxxis Assegai are popular pairs.
Details on Minion DHR 2 29×2.3 3C DD Double Down MaxxTerra:
Compound: 3C MaxxTerra
Technology: Double Down
Wide Trail: Shape optimized for 29-35mm internal widths and greater to keep cornering lugs located maintaining grip at lean angles.
Manufacturer Part Number: TB96776400
Other Minion DHR 2 29″Configurations
2.4″ Minion DHR II EXO, Dual Compound
2.4″ Minion DHR II 3C EXO, MaxxTerra
2.4″ Minion DHR II 3C EXO, MaxxGrip
2.4″ Minion DHR II 3C EXO, MaxxTerra
2.4″ Minion DHR II 3C DD, MaxxGrip
2.4″ Minion DHR II 3C DH, MaxxGrip
More on Maxxis Tires:
Maxxis 3C Compounds
A hard compound or base layer supports a medium compound center tread section as well as a softer outer tread section of the tire. The softer cornering lugs provide additional grip at lean angles. The harder center section is faster rolling and longer lasting for those climbs before your favorite descents. Each 3C layup has three different layers of rubber compound utilized in varying depths.
3C tires are available in three different layups.
MaxxSpeed: is the fastest rolling and longest lasting of the 3C lineup. It accomplishes this with slightly harder rubber giving up a bit of grip.
MaxxTerra: the intermediate option designed to offer more grip than the MaxxSpeed but is longer lasting with less rolling resistance than MaxxGrip options.
MaxxGrip: this 3C option is the stickiest layup. Along with the additional grip the rubber utilized in MaxxGrip tires also has damping properties to help control tire rebound. This adds a bit more confidence to your setup.
Various reinforcement options are available on modern MTB tires. These help minimize pinch flats and sidewall tears. Depending on speed, terrain and level of aggression riders have a variety to choose from. Recently more and more riders gravitate to the more burly sidewall technology as provides additional damping to help control tire rebound.
EXO Sidewall: these tires feature a cut resistant material from the bead up the sidewall just below the cornering knobs. This additional layer is designed to be lightweight and flexible giving the tires a bit of support without compromising performance.
EXO Sidewall: As the name suggests this is the EXO sidewall plus an additional Silkshield layer stretched from bead to bead. Without adding too much weight this additional layer does provide notable improvement to tire damping and cut protection.
DoubleDown (DD) Sidewall: Want even more protection and trail damping? Check out the DoubleDown option.Â Build with two 120 TPI casing layers with a butyl insert these offer the support and protection of a downhill tire but save a bit of weight on the scales!
TPI: Threads Per Inch
60 TPI shown on the left, 120 TPI on the right.
120 TPI provides improved performance and protection but is a bit heavier.
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Maxxis Minion DHR 2 29×2.3 3C DD DoubleDown MaxxTerra : TRMAX9771 2.3