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No idea on timing but here is a recent review. 

 

https://nsmb.com/articles/maxxis-assegai-dd-exo-tire-review/

 

Not much weight difference between the Exo / Exo+ and DD. 

makes sense since it's such a chucky tyre , l;ike shaving weight around the carcass and side walls is opointless whn you look at how much rubber is actually used up by the knobs 

 

....its thicccccccck 

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I was actually looking at these yesterday as I see Evobikes advertising two variants

 

I maybe too noob but it's a little confusing determining which is which when comparing to Maxis website...the weight for both variants on Evo are the same..

 

https://www.evobikes.co.za/maxxis-assegai-wt-29x2-50-tr-3c-maxxgrip-60x2-folding.html

 

https://www.evobikes.co.za/maxxis-assegai-wide-trail-29-x-2-5-120-tpi-2-ply-foldable-3cg-tr-dd.html

 

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Also looking to run one of these upfront...just because..looks very lekker  :clap:

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I was actually looking at these yesterday as I see Evobikes advertising two variants

 

I maybe too noob but it's a little confusing determining which is which when comparing to Maxis website...the weight for both variants on Evo are the same..

 

https://www.evobikes.co.za/maxxis-assegai-wt-29x2-50-tr-3c-maxxgrip-60x2-folding.html

 

https://www.evobikes.co.za/maxxis-assegai-wide-trail-29-x-2-5-120-tpi-2-ply-foldable-3cg-tr-dd.html

 

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Also looking to run one of these upfront...just because..looks very lekker  :clap:

 

Evo confirmed they have the last one on the above table in stock TB00172500 (EXO+ casing) and according to Maxxis weight for that is 1,125g

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Iv'e noted a lot of guys running them online. Its a real winner!

I just picked up a DHF on the hub since I was not blown away by the DHR. So I will give that a go first. I now need to replace my Razor Rock, which made big rubber manageable because of the fast rolling, but is busy shedding corner knobs like autumn leaves. I doubt I'm going to put the DHR on the back to slow, I really don't ride Jonkershoek every weekend. So Its either Aggressor, which I am still not quite sold on, or..

 

https://nsmb.com/articles/riding-troy-brosnans-new-maxxis-dissector-tire/

 

I might wait it out..

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Iv'e noted a lot of guys running them online. Its a real winner!

I just picked up a DHF on the hub since I was not blown away by the DHR. So I will give that a go first. I now need to replace my Razor Rock, which made big rubber manageable because of the fast rolling, but is busy shedding corner knobs like autumn leaves. I doubt I'm going to put the DHR on the back to slow, I really don't ride Jonkershoek every weekend. So Its either Aggressor, which I am still not quite sold on, or..

 

https://nsmb.com/articles/riding-troy-brosnans-new-maxxis-dissector-tire/

 

I might wait it out..

 

Found the aggressor somewhat lacking on Plumber ...but then again I enjoy my DHR on the front ...

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Evo confirmed they have the last one on the above table in stock TB00172500 (EXO+ casing) and according to Maxxis weight for that is 1,125g

 

EXO+ have been in the country for ages, EXO will probably land in about 3 months if the lag is the same as previous models.

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