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  • Dissector F and R?
  • heebyjeeby
    Full Member

    Just wondering if anyone running the above?

    Just stuck one on the back with a dhf on the front…quite impressed with it and thinking of taking the plunge with one on the front too

    dps11
    Free Member

    Id probably wait a little while…
    I was for a couple of months in the summer, and will put them back on in the spring. Very good tyres, I found they rolled very nicely whilst not sacrificing too much grip, even on some wet rides. I have put DHR2s back on for the winter though for when its really sloppy.

    luket
    Full Member

    I also had one on the go in the early summer. On the back. It was ok but I don’t think I’d put it on the front unless part of an overall lower resistance and lower grip pairing. Replaced with a DHR but kept the Dissector in stock. It’s not a true like-for-like comparison because the Dissector’s bigger but I much prefer the extra grip of DHR or DHF and they should shed mud much better too.

    That said, I’m about to build up a hardtail and what I have in stock for that is Dissector, DHF and Rekon, so I’ll be starting with your current setup.

    dhrider
    Free Member

    I’ve found a dissector on the rear great in the dry but sketchy in the wet.

    I def wouldn’t be putting one on the front nor using the rear when it’s really wet.

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