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    Quote Originally Posted by Miker J View Post
    I'd say the DHF is winning by a long shot.
    Maxxis figured it out, just look at all the copy cats

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    Have to go overkill for some areas. The NobbyNics donít cut it in parts of the mountain west and Appalachia.

    2.3 EXO DHFs.


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    I thought of this while riding today; while thinking about how I'm looking forward to having another wheelset soon, I realized Ive only been able to afford one wheelset and set of tires. So by default, I have lived this thread - which is why my choice has been DHF 3C.

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    Two rides in and maybe its newphoria, but the XR4s are phenomenal without being too draggy.

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    DHR II front and rear for me!

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    Bontrager Chupacabra.

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