Maxxis Dissector Wide Trail 3C/TR DH Tire - 27.5in

Maxxis Dissector Wide Trail 3C/TR DH Tire - 27.5in
Maxxis Dissector Wide Trail 3C/TR DH Tire - 27.5in
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Dissector Wide Trail 3C/TR DH Tire - 27.5in by Maxxis
Designed in collaboration with Troy Brosnan, the Maxxis Dissector excels on the fast and dry downhill trails where the Aussie racer has made his name. The continuous central lugs reduce rolling resistance when on straightaways, helping you carry speed through to the next corner, when the aggressive lugs on the outer part of the tire help grip through the turn. Maxxis's 3C compound pairs firmer and softer rubber for better durability and grip through varying surfaces from hard pack to loose dirt.

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SKU: MXXE01I
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