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  • Maxxis Minion DHF Front MTB Tyre - EXO
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MaxxPro 60a
Super Tacky 42a
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Folding Bead
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26"
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2.5"
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Maxxis Minion DHF Front MTB Tyre

The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other aggressive mountain tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering.

Specifications:

  • Size: 26x2.50
    • ETRTO: 55/59-559
    • TPI: 60
    • Bead: Foldable
    • Weight: 880g
    • Compound: Single
    • Max PSI: 65
  • Size: 26x2.50
    • ETRTO: 55/59-559
    • TPI: 60
    • Bead: Wire
    • Weight: 940g
    • Compound: Super Tacky
    • Max PSI: 65

Buy Maxxis Minion DHF Front MTB Tyre from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Folding Bead
  • Wheel Size: 26"
  • Option: MaxxPro 60a, Super Tacky 42a
  • Width: 2.5"
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sticky Ran the supertacky tubeless on a Mavic Crossmax SX rim with ZERO problems for a week including a full day at Bike Park Wales and it didnt miss a beat. Pressure held perfectly despite hitting all black runs and some nicely rocky sections. Not listed as tubeless but i will always run this tyre as such 16 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect A great reliable and grippy tyre that delivers performance extra volume a bonus over 2.35 back on track after messing with other brands 24 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by amazing grip These tires are awesome. Amazing grip. Fairly good weight wise for a tire of this size. 06 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by good in the dry rolls well, good grip. not so good if its damp or wet though 01 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent tyre Excellent gripping tyre and perfect size and weight (2.5 exo single play) for my AM bike. Side wall is more like a 1.5 ply. I have these in the 42a and 60 compounds and prefer the 42a for front AND rear. 27 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent front tyre for Gravity Enduro I'm running this 2.5" Exo on the front of my 160mm gravity enduro bike and so far it is a perfect tyre for harsh Australian conditions (e.g. loose over hard, rocky terrain). Its relatively light but feels fine through rock gardens, but at the end of the day it is an excellent All Mountain tyre. So far I haven't had any flats, it feels rather trustworthy through more difficult terrain than I first expected (***note: if frequently riding more harsher trails, I prefer the High Rollers, much heavier but can take abuse. I also find the High Roller a better tyre in loamy conditions***). Anyway, I run a Minion 60a 2.35" on the rear of my 160mm rig, so I still have that really good grip (and compatibility with front) but is lighter on the rear for climbing. Overall, I've been running the Minions F/R for many years and have enjoyed their grip. I also run them on my all-mountain hard tail (2.35"). I can't comment on tubeless set up as I still run my bikes with Maxxis Freeride tubes. Consider the EXO 2.5" Front and 2.35" Rear Minion set up on your gravity enduro bike. They're light but strong and perfect for all-mountain riding. 24 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ottime e consigliate per Enduro e AM Fantastiche! Utilizzo sulla mia Intense Tracer VP con il 2,50 all'anteriore, in 42a, abbinata ad un High Roller 2,35 ust al posteriore (entrambe con camera airwave dh). La DHF Exo con una pressione di 1,6 bar in discesa passa sopra tutto, terra, terra e pietre, pietrisco, rocce e non ho mai pizzicato-bucato-tagliato. Eccellente la tenuta anche in curva. Il prezzo è un poco alto ma sarete ampiamente ripagati. Le consiglio vivamente. 02 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent tyre for AM tubeless I can't disagree more with the previous review below slating these tyres' durability and construction. In my opinion, they're the best aggressive all mountain tyre out there. I live and ride in Chamonix (long rocky descents) and set up a pair of DHF 2.5 60a front and rear on Stan's Flows with two layers of Gorilla Tape and 100ml of sealant per tyre at the start of this summer - they're a tight fit so one layer of Gorilla Tape would probably have been fine. They inflated with just a track pump no problem and sealed pretty quickly. I've not had to touch the front all summer (over 50 riding days and counting) but I've had 4 separate small cuts to the rear tyre on sharp rocks; every time the sealant got me home fine taking it easy and re-inflating if needed, then I patched and glued the inside of the cut then resealed it. So they're not bombproof, but at 830g I think they're well worth it over the 1170g dual ply version. All cuts were between the centre and side knobs and never to the sidewalls so I think the EXO casing does a fine job for protection and also stiffens up the sidewalls a bit which is good for the tubeless conversion. I'm 80kg and run 25/27.5psi front/rear and have had no issues with burping or rolling. I tried 22.5/25psi for a few days which held fine but felt a little unstable on hard turns so that was too low for me. Performance-wise the DHF is long proven; just turn & lean and it grips like no other. The front still has plenty tread left after 50 riding days but the rear has worn a lot and could do with replacing. I'll go with a 42a front and 60a rear next (possibly a DHR II rear) to see if those wear at the same rate and give a little more grip at the front, although I think the 60a grips fine except on wet rocks & roots. 15 September 2013
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Pneus tubeless são aqueles que dizem UST

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This tire is Tubeless ready to or not?
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Este pneu não é um pneu "Tubeless ready". Um pneu tubeless é um pneu que não precisa de câmara de ar, pois o pneu e o aro são feitos um para o outro, tornando-se assim à prova de fuga de ar. O modelo UST (Universal System Tubeless) foi introduzido em 1999 e tornou-se no mercado padrão do tubeless.

A grande vantagem do tubeless é que não existe uma perda súbita de ar em caso de ocorrer um furo, pois não existe câmara de ar. O objecto perfurador continua no pneu, selando o furo ou deixando o ar sair muito gradualmente. Este tipo de pneu também permite uma melhor resistência aos impactos e a válvula não sairá do aro, mesmo que seja atingida pelo pneu.

A colocação do pneu no aro é diferente da colocação tradicional e os passos deverão ser seguidos com bastante cuidado. O aro e o pneu devem estar limpos, principalmente na zona de contacto entre o pneu e o aro, para impedir que existam fugas de ar.

Um furo pode ser reparado com um remendo normal dentro do pneu. Dependendo da situação os pneus tubeless também poderão ser utilizados com câmara de ar, sendo necessário para isso retirar primeiro a válvula do aro.
 
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is this tire dual ply?

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This is a Single Ply tyre.
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