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  1. #501
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    Quote Originally Posted by gramboh View Post
    <snip> DHR2 MaxxTerra has to grip/brake better in the wet than HR2 single compound right?
    Couldn't really get much worse.

  2. #502
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    So how's the DHF on wet roots?

  3. #503
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    Quote Originally Posted by daught View Post
    So how's the DHF on wet roots?
    No idea. Nothing is ever wet here.

  4. #504
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    Quote Originally Posted by daught View Post
    So how's the DHF on wet roots?
    Fine for climbing. Downhill / at speed IME nothing is good on wet roots and it's all about technique / line choice and not sliding at an angle on them.

  5. #505
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    Well my trails have sloped roots all over. Sometimes it even goes between two trees that are handle bar apart, with angled roots in between. The Conti blackchilly sticks no issues. Sidewall is vague but damn the rubber is grippy.

  6. #506
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    Quote Originally Posted by daught View Post
    Well my trails have sloped roots all over. Sometimes it even goes between two trees that are handle bar apart, with angled roots in between. The Conti blackchilly sticks no issues. Sidewall is vague but damn the rubber is grippy.
    The better conti tires are about as good on wet roots as it gets, I think. And I think it has more to do with the high tpi casing than the rubber compound. The downside is the casings fail with regularity.

    I'd say a maxxgrip dhf in an exo casing is substantially better than average on wet roots, but not class leading by any means.

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