New Casing, Compound, and Width Options From Maxxis - Interbike 2018

Sep 19, 2018 at 14:26
by Mike Kazimer  
Interbike 2018

Maxxis' mountain bike catalog continues to grow, and 2019 will see more casings, compounds and widths than ever. The newest casing is called EXO+, and it sits between the standard EXO casing and the dual-ply Double Down casing that's become popular with enduro racers and aggressive riders. Double Down uses two 120 tpi casing layers, and typically comes with a 200 gram weight penalty, but EXO+ will only add 75 extra grams while still providing extra flat protection thanks to the use of Maxxis' SilkShield material. The EXO+ casing will debut on the Minion DHF, DHR II and Rekon, and should be available within the next month.

I can envision racers running an EXO+ tire in the front and a DoubleDown in the rear on certain courses, or riders who have typically shied away from the heavier Double Down casing running an EXO+ tire in the rear for additional peace of mind in rocky terrain.

Interbike 2018
There's a EXO casing version of the Assegai on the way, which will drop the weight by 300 grams compared to the DH version.
Interbike 2018
A 29 x 2.6" vesion of the DHR II has been added to the mix.

Along with the new casing, Maxxis is also increasing the number of tires that are available with their extra-sticky MaxxGrip compound, which was originally developed for DH tires. It turns out trail riders want all the traction too, and that compound will now be available on the 29 x 2.5" DHF and the 29 x 2.4" DHR II, among others.

Interbike 2018
The Rekon Race is another new addition to the lineup, with a weight of only 680 grams for the 120 tpi, 29 x 2.25" version. There will also be a 29 x 2.35" version, with a claimed weight of 710 grams.



172 Comments

  • + 191
 I love my Maxxis tires, but their marketing folks really need to get control over branding. Just within the Minion brand there seem to be an infinite number of indiscernible options that nearly send me over the edge when I'm trying to purchase.......there has got to be a way to streamline this
  • + 55
 dh casing dont look further
  • + 33
 Mostly with you (love Maxxis, buttload of options not clearly organized), but once you get the options sorted you can pretty much get exactly what you need (except a 2.4 DHR II DD apparently). I find it least confusing to start with casing first, figure out what casing you want and then w/in your wheel size you only have to debate the widths and compounds available. I feel like some kind of interactive chart would save some headaches.
  • + 115
 3c max terra grip tr super tacky dual single double down exo
  • + 10
 Agree x 100. Good luck trying to buy from a shop. If they don't have the one tire I want, I'm going to get it online. I go to one of the many online retailers, and they'll have all of the tires, but very little descriptors on the differences between versions.
  • + 5
 @gemma8788: Now you can get the 2.4 DHR II DD, at least in WT option. I´m running one at the moment.
  • + 15
 You have to spend a bit of time to understand the components of the tire and then it makes sense quickly (same with other brands who have their own terms). Tread pattern (model name), wheel size, tread width, casing, compound, tubeless ready or not. Each of these has an impact on ride quality so they need to be distinctly identified.
  • + 8
 Choice Paralysis FTW.
  • + 33
 The last Maxxis tire I bought I had to triple check what I was buying because it seemed too easy. I had this uneasy feeling like I was missing something like 'ohhh it's not WT' or 'ohhh it's Exo and not DD'. I swear buying these things is like trying to pack for a holiday.
  • + 4
 Agreed, it's what kept me from buying a set for the longest time... And it's still a minefield to navigate.
  • + 36
 @thinkbike: the only order that's as complex as my wife's drink at Starbucks
  • - 5
flag d-set (Sep 19, 2018 at 19:56) (Below Threshold)
 @Danescob: agreed, every thing else just rips open after 3 rides.
  • + 5
 So riddle me this; what’s the option code for yellow vs white MAXXIS lettering on the sidewall?
  • + 3
 @thinkbike: 60 or 120 tpi?
  • + 16
 @TheUnknownMTBR: white is OEM only.
  • + 0
 Imagined you bought a brand new tyre and you left out one of the feature like "Super Tacky, TR"
  • + 21
 Try running a bike shop.. 25+ SKUs for Minions alone..
Never seem to have the right one in stock...

Nightmare...
good tires
but nighmare...
  • + 2
 @thinkbike: you missed plus
  • + 3
 I can make sense of the different types of casings, compounds, sized etc. But what bugs me, is that not all widths are made with DD or sometimes 3C is only available with EXO in only one width and so on.
I want 29x2.4WT DHR II DD 3C MaxxTerra for my rear tire but that simply does not exist. The same with front I would like 29x2.5WT DHF EXO 3C MaxxGrip and guess what, it does not exist. I would also like them with tan walls, is that too much?

There are no wider( >2.3 ) 29" DHR II or DHF with DD.
  • + 1
 Great tyres, but maybe this is the reason they are so over priced.
  • + 0
 @Danescob: you seem to be an ass-a-guy
  • + 2
 @TheUnknownMTBR: I was told the white label is OEM for bike brands.
  • + 4
 @sayrius: sunrise confession, I have been a maxxis traitor running specialized tires this summer... 2blissed out with gripton grid now
  • + 2
 @lp130i: Just run a 2.5" Aggressor DD out back. Or High Roller II.
  • + 2
 @Ride406orDie: lol, i have my gf's drink saved as a memo/phone b/c it's so complex!
  • + 1
 @TheUnknownMTBR: White orly appears on OEM versions of their tires. If you bought a bike that came with Maxxis tires, they'll have white lettering on them. If you buy them anywhere else they'll be yellow. I really couldn't tell you why this is but it just is.
  • + 1
 Agreed! We have widths, WT or not, EXO casing, DD, DH, now EXO+, Dual Compound or 3C Maxx Terra/Grip, come on!
  • + 1
 @VTshred: U freakin' rule!
  • + 2
 @TheUnknownMTBR: OEM = white. its a shame
  • + 2
 @itssadbutdrew: yeah, white = OEM

Riddle me this 2: What part about big, ugly yellow letters that even OEMs don’t want on their bikes does Maxxis not get?
  • + 2
 @TheUnknownMTBR: Its a theory known as brand recognition. When you see an ad where the riders are running Maxxis tires, you know it why? THE YELLOW. When you see a movie where the riders are running Maxxis tires you know it's Maxxis why? THE YELLOW. When Gwinn left Maxxis for Onza, the first year of him "riding Onza" he was actually riding blacked out Maxxis, how do we know this......THE YELLOW is nearly impossible to hide! They don't change it because it works, the brand is recognizable in ads, movies and on the trail by one simple thing....THE YELLOW. For those who spend their days agonizing on how the yellow just doesn't match and make you nice pretty bike look even prettier because that's all that matters I would recommend you go RIDE YOUR BIKE and get it dirty! Or ride your nice pretty all colors matching bike to a Marketing class to better understand the genius of the Yellow Maxxis label.
Didn't mean to be so aggressive but my god am I sick of people who probably litter their Tacoma's every free bike related sticker they can find lament on about how tragic it is that the Maxxis logo doesn't match their bike when its just simple marketing, that's it. If YOU owned the company you'd do the EXACT same thing to have the market awareness that the Yellow Maxxis patch brings.
  • + 1
 @jason-99: oh, so they don’t care about marketing brand recognition much when their tires are on brand new OEM bikes? I seriously doubt that anyone is obsessing about the yellow letters on their tire sidewall anywhere near as much as in your response. I’m certainly not. It’s just an observation between OEM vs AM. I think you get a lot more brand recognition by being a tire of choice that shows up on a lot of bikes. I doubt the average rider gives two toots about whether they see a yellow blur or not. Only some overly-obsessed marketing dufus would think that matters. Why don’t you ask Ralph Lauren how much their Polo shirt sales tanked when they went from a small 1/2” polo rider logo to a 3” tall logo on their shirts? There’s not so much brand recognition if people choose to not buy, and hence choose not to display your product in the market, for that very reason.
  • + 56
 MORE TAN SIDEWALLS!
  • - 3
 please, ill do anything
  • + 1
 Yeah, I would loooveee some dhf 2.5 maxgrip in tan sidewalls!!!!!!!!! Maybe even in max terra but please, some 2.5'' too!!
  • + 2
 27.5" x 2.5" Minion DHF 3C EXO would be ( . )Y( . )
  • + 0
 SAY NO TO GUMWALLS
  • + 0
 All i want is DHR ii 29 2.4 tans
  • + 3
 My new bike comes with tan walls, but poor tread selection. I’m gonna run em anyway cuz the bike looks so good with them. All I want is some aggressive tires with tan walls!
  • + 42
 Exo Assegai! Oogley oogley!
  • + 2
 Tash tash tash din din din
  • + 0
 @donpinpon29: FTFY: trash trash trash bin bin bin
  • + 2
 Keep your personal matters to yourself please.
  • + 1
 29x2.6 please!
  • + 38
 If Maxxis don't bring out a 27.5 Minion SS in 2.6 I'm gunna start typing in upper case.
  • - 10
flag ColquhounerHooner (Sep 19, 2018 at 20:34) (Below Threshold)
 If Bruni can win on 2.3, tell me why you want that?
  • + 27
 @ColquhounerHooner:
Yes, you are right, from now on we should only ride the exact spec of what Bruni ran last race. What was I thinking?!?
  • + 4
 @ColquhounerHooner: maybe cause he has wider rims and the 2.3's side knobs get tore up with the squared profile
  • + 6
 I ALREADY AM
  • + 5
 @defineindecline: that escalated quickly....Smile
  • + 26
 I still ride 26 tho Frown no love
  • + 13
 So do I.

However the press releases and production schedules always start off with 27.5 and 29; be patient and the 26 versions appear; so it was with the Minion SS, which I picked up in 26 recently, and all of the Schwalbe Addix compounds.

Does wonders for the blood pressure it does, not reading press releases.
  • + 2
 @orientdave: yes indeed. Just picked up some 2.4 Ardent Exo's in 26" for some lower rolling resistance on two of our bikes. As usual they inflate tubeless as if there's a tube inside. Love Maxxis!
  • + 1
 More than half of the models are available in 26"
  • + 1
 Sorry, More than 2/3 of the models are available in 26"
  • + 1
 Maxxis and Schwalbe are two companies that continue to offer 26" tires, even some of the new ones. Might surprise you that not all of the new tires are 29 and 27.5; some are only available in one size.
  • + 14
 200 psi in my minions, while shifting my pinions...? Something like that.. I'll see myself out now...
  • + 11
 I do find standard EXO to be pretty weak. Double down, no problems at all. 200 grans is really nothing for security even when bombing with your buddies, let alone racing! Don’t know why some risk it! I guess if it’s not a problem though!? Double down do have a different “feel” to me aswell. Spose that’s the tyre not squirming as much! Double down all the way!
  • + 4
 They have a different damping feel, closer to dh casing. The only exo tire I feel like a dh/Dd is the minion 2.5 Wt maxgripp..
  • + 1
 They have a different damping feel, closer to dh casing. The only exo tire I feel like a dh/Dd is the minion 2.5 Wt maxgripp..
  • + 4
 EXO with CushCore is the best solution. Saves your tires, AND your rims.
  • + 1
 DD seems to be a rougher ride for me when running a aggressor DD, the sidewall is still pristine compared to the normal EXO DHF but damn is it rough and HEAVY! only sucks going uphill with the weight, otherwise i really dont notice it.
  • + 5
 I weight 139lbs WITH full gear/water... DD is way too rough for me.
  • + 3
 @derkenblosh: yeah fair enough mate. Can understand that. I’m the other end at 225lb so horses for courses. I’ve always had a hard time with tyres. I run 28/34 psi too!
  • + 2
 I think the damping of the DD is still much closer to that of the exo tyres. The DH casings are super damped and that’s why I ride em. I’m surprised it never seems to get mentioned, I’m also stunned when I see total shredders on exo casings (see 50:01 crew) cus for me the DH casings just blows all the others away for the ride characteristic. I’m happy to get used to the extra weight for the awesome feeling they provide. To get an exo or DD to provide even near the kind of support the DH casing does you’ve got to be over 30psi and that obviously has a negative impact on everything else.
  • + 1
 @iqbal-achieve: the only thing that could make a Cont Der Baron right was the coil fork... these are rough bouncy tires.. takes a while to get used to it.. the grip in muddy slippery stuff is from other world though
  • + 11
 Why is everyone so hung up on wider, & wider are you all on e-bikes all that extra width & grip feels like I’m dragging a anchor along for my ride.
  • + 4
 Yes! 2.35 is more than enough for me!
  • + 11
 Great. I wasn't confused enough
  • + 6
 All these options and still no tire I desire. Why only ONE tire in the whole lineup with heavy casing and dual compound? That is exactly what a lot of people need as a rear tire (even if the want something else).
And I am waiting for new tires in narrow trail option, better a more robust and precise casing in 2.3 than this whole 2.6 shizzle. I used to run Maxxis only but nowadays no Maxxis at all. Oh yeah, HR2 in dual 2.3 DD. Have been waiting for that for years...
  • + 6
 Why why why persist quoting tyre sizes that are completely inaccurate, when the real dimensions are still printed on the tyre, just smaller?
  • + 6
 Can we please get the 27.5 and 29 DH casing tires like the DHF and DHR 2 in a harder compound so they'll last longer. Would be nice to have a rear tire hold up longer.
  • + 2
 THIS. WT tyres in EXO please. Some people like skids and aren't made of money
  • + 1
 Yep. Trail riders get love with maxxgrip options, but DH don't get hard compounds. Only option I know is MM bike park... others wear very fast, and after one week a soft compound isn't any better than a hard MM BP.
  • + 6
 Good improvements are good. Thanks Maxxis, I’ll keep buying as long as you keep making.
  • + 3
 Maxxis and Bontrager rule. Big time. And then just put procore inside. One thing though. Can you please redesign the center knobs on Minion SS. Of all Enduro Semi Slicks, they are the worst. Just get the center of this rekon race and put it in there.
  • + 5
 @WAKIdesigns:

and then make a damn wider version already
  • + 3
 @WasatchEnduro: Specialized Slaughter 2.6
  • + 7
 @WAKIdesigns: Just run the 2.35" Ikon on the rear, it's faster, lighter, and better cornering than the SS. And available in DoubleDown if you really want to party.
  • + 1
 @yzedf:

not available in 29 yet Frown
  • + 1
 @GTscoob:

the DD version has me intrigued
  • + 1
 @GTscoob: bbbut... how come. The side knobs are noodles.
  • + 1
 @WasatchEnduro: ahh didn't know that. Been running it for a while now in 27.5 and I like it better than the 2.3 version in the off camber stuff. GRID casing doesn't seem quite as rugged compared to older tires.
  • + 1
 @yzedf:

yeah those noobs just lightened up the grid casing for some dumbass reason. the 2.3 is just too narrow on i30ish rims and now it's too damn flimsy. their 2.6s seem to be very 2.5esque, which i'm okay with, just need a slightly larger slaughter in two nyne now... and why not offer it with the new 'black diamond' casing too. there may not be a huge audience for that but hey, i'll buy two right off the bat if the big S needs some f'n seed money.
  • + 1
 @WasatchEnduro: yup, mine are at 2.5 (just under 64mm) on the same i30 sized rim. The other issue is they are a tall tire, a full 2.6in so it can cause clearance issues (they fit my trail bike but not my DH because of height).
  • + 7
 Yessss! 29" DHF Maxxgrip. Soft rubber get's me hard.
  • + 8
 Woohoo, a trail ass-guy!
  • + 7
 you talkin to me?
  • + 3
 with my new build, the sales guy recmd the DD casing for the rear. man, that casong is mucho stiff, unless i run
my psi in the upper teens...but unless I'm descending it rolls slow (thru the whoops and berms). I didnt realize the DD has actually 2 casings.
  • + 3
 same here, DD aggressor is super rough. saved me a lot of times though!
  • + 1
 @TylerG96:

I was pretty happy with a 29x2.3 DD aggressor as a rear. It's a stout tire for sure, strong but the low(ish) volume doesn't offer quite the grip and damping as the Martello 2.35 TNT that i'm running now, matched to a Goma 2.4 TNT front. The Martello is about 960g tho so it'll likely offer less puncture resistance but i'm digging it and the 950-1050 weight range for 29er tires tends to work for me for durability/support without being overly built and heavy. (for western mtn riding)
  • + 1
 Maxxis make a fine tire but the retail on those here in Whistler is $115 to $125 and the last DHF WT EXO MAXXGRIP TR I bought had a wiggly tread something I’ve seen with Maxxis with some frequency. Doesn’t seem to have a negative effect but when I can get a Michelin Wild Enduro for around $70 online and they are straight and grippier, the choice is simple for me. Or Specialized tires are far less costly too. Even Bontrager who make fine tires are cheaper. What do I get for the extra money with Maxxis?
  • + 6
 Cool
  • + 11
 ...io
  • + 5
 and the gang
  • - 1
 weird al
  • + 2
 Cornholio
  • + 1
 Like Fonzi
  • + 0
 Oops! Somehow I DD cased it.
  • + 0
 Raul
  • + 2
 Runnings
  • + 1
 How about a double down tire in a 2.5 with harder rubber. I ride a lot in rough rocky terrain and I have to replace a tire in less than a month cause the center knobs just tear off and the side knobs start rolling. Make a tire that lasts cause who the hell can afford a $90 tire every month!
  • + 4
 Been running minions since ‘99
Yes more options please,even if I have to do the click more.
  • + 1
 Maxxis tyres are great, but come on.... How many labels on a tyre? Soon we'll all be getting hypnotised on the trails. Party line? Nah.... Party wrecks!!
Sort it out maxxis, stop being label tarts. They ain't fashion items ffs.
  • + 1
 I got a serious sidewall cut in my Rekon 2.6" EXO tyre on a bikepacking trip, resulting in a laborious repair, which lasted ten days, then had to use an inner tube. Otherwise love the tyre, so my question to you tyre people: which has the stronger sidewall against rock cuts, the 60 TPI or the EXO+ version? Thanks! ????‍♀️
  • + 1
 The EXO+ Rekon is surprisingly burly. I’ve actually cut the outer casing on a rock and it exposed the silk shield layer, but the tire held together and held air for many months until the tread was dead. That same wound would have probably killed the 60tpi.
  • + 1
 I've tried a LOT of different tires, somehow I always end up back on Maxxis as the best overall product for my usage. I have new other stuff on the shelf cause I'm always searching, but have yet to find better.
  • + 2
 Rekon Race looks like a winner. Something between Pace and Ikon. Sorry to say it... for Dirt Jumpers and 4Xers out there 26” option please!
  • + 1
 Great to see more additions but do Maxxis tires still measure in at a narrower width? I remember when a 2.5” width was only 2.35 and in 2.35 was narrower at something like 2.2 Eek
  • + 1
 Just put a 29 x 2.30 Minion SS on the back of my Trek HT but then again I suck at mountain biking and I go slow so EXO and Tr is all I need.
  • + 1
 Super excited for the trail ass guy! That paired with a Dd dhr II in the back is going to be the ticket for lighter racers looking to push it!
  • + 1
 Maxxis, please please please please can you make a bigger burlier Minion tan wall....I’m not overly fussy, 2.5 or 2.6, EXO+ or DD
  • + 0
 Dunno about the rest of the world, but finding the tread pattern you want in the width you want, in the rubber compound you want, with the casing you want here in SA is like finding a needle in a haystack!
  • + 2
 I still rip DD casings on the side but not nearly as much as I did with the EXO casing
  • + 1
 I'd like a faster rolling, 2.4 DHR2 double compound with transition knobs. Is there something that fits that without giving up too much grip?
  • + 3
 2.4 Rekon or Forekaster
  • + 4
 aggressor or tomahawk, the latter is a little on the less grippy side
  • + 1
 @loganskis: which Aggressor? 2.5 wt or 2.3? Iirc they are quite different
  • + 1
 @Svinyard: the tread pattern should be the same, between the 2.5wt and 2.3... spaced a little differently for wider rims on the wt, but more or less the same
  • + 1
 @Svinyard: aggressor, assegai or griffin all have 'paddle' like centre tread alignment with transitional knobs for more balanced cornering. I've just swapped from aggressor to griffin and its a 300% improvement, obviously haven't tried assegai yet
  • + 1
 +1 for the Tomahawk DD as a good summertime option for the back. Rolls fast and has good corner bite
  • + 2
 Yisss, I will finally be able to run the ASSGGRESSOR tire combo.
  • + 1
 You mean you're an aggressive ass-guy then?
  • + 2
 Assegai in French means pretty gay...
  • + 0
 As long as Maxxis continues to lie on tire size, I'll continue to buy from the many other companies that are honest about it.
  • + 1
 I wonder at which point they will sell only 29er tires because the 27.5ers won't fit the nomenclature anymore
  • + 1
 Just put a Minion SS 29x2.3 on the back of my Trek but I suck at mountain biking and I go slow so EXO TR is all I need.
  • + 1
 The DHR2 with DD casing is only available in 2.3 as far as I have found. But still its an amazing rear tire.
  • + 1
 Assegai in 2.3 DD casing please, also Griffin in 2.5wt would be much appreciated, thanks in advance Maxxis
  • + 1
 Given how terrible the Assegai has failed in UCI DH and EWS, that's a rare one that I wont be buying out of curiosity.
  • + 1
 Not sure it can be said the tyre has 'failed', but breaking the tread design down, for fast rolling you generally have a continuous centre block/s, Assegai has alternating dhf centre blocks either side of centre, alternating with a square block in the centre. It then has enlarged Aggressor side knobs which definitely don't hook up as well as Minion knobs, the alternating transitional knob will also give the tyre less grip for aggressive cornering.... All in all it look like it will roll slower and be more likely to wash out in corners than a Minion... still keen to at least try it though.
  • + 2
 @ctd07: haven’t ridden assegai but it seems that it’s main characteristic should be earlier yet more predictable break away. Minion breaks away predictably up to middle speeds. If you go fast enough on hard dry surface it will stop talking to you, at some point it will just let go. Especially the DHR2. Not sure, but this is what it looks like to me. At the same time there’s no way I would run assegai over dhf
  • + 1
 The DH Assegai worked great for me. A step above the DHF in grip, like a Magic Mary, but wore very well.
  • + 1
 jack moir smashed the national series on pre-release assegais... wouldn't say they are that bad
  • + 2
 Maxxis where is my exo casing maxx grip dhf?
  • + 3
 Thats what I have on my front wheel... 2.5 dhf exo maxxgrip.
  • + 2
 I think you meant to say where is my DD DHf dual compound.
  • + 1
 Does anyone happen to know what compound softness are the forekasters exo tr versions?

Tia :-)
  • - 1
 Super Duper Exxxxtra EXO WT Quadruple Wide MaxxiSoft DH firm grip double down ultra smooth extra rubber 4-ply ultra compound.


Annnnnd they'll still measure up 1/2" narrower than advertised.

IE: Maxxis
  • + 1
 That DHRII in 29x2.6 is intriguing. I'll be interested to see the weight once its released.
  • + 2
 Hoping for a 2.4-2.5 DHR 2 in double down.
  • + 1
 I just want a Maxxis Forekaster 2.6 does anyone know where to get one?
  • + 1
 Any idea when these are available?
  • + 1
 When oh when will the Assegai EXO be available? Anyone?
  • + 1
 interbike seems really gripping this year
  • + 1
 No 2019 catalog is available yet, is it?
  • + 1
 Still waiting on that Breaker casing to be released to public.
  • + 1
 AFAIK exo+ should be the tested breaker casing.
  • + 1
 EXO+ & Cushcore = Sent
  • + 1
 Ooooo, so interesting!!!!!!!!!!!
  • - 1
 Let’s talk about the Minnion DHF 27.5x2.5wd folding in DH casing that I just bought on accident and can’t find anything about it on websites or anything
  • + 3
 dh casing its the best option if you ride rough terrain, ruts, rocks aggressively, you wont have any problems going tubless, no flats or punctures guaranty
  • + 1
 It's often for sale and is listed on the website.
  • + 1
 Seems to be the first 27.5 x 2.5WT on this list

www.maxxis.com/catalog/tire-468-140-minion-dhf
  • + 1
 @TheUnknownMTBR: no that’s the double down casing. Totally different tire. Actually says dh casing on it. Not on the web site. Not complaining just want to know the weight on it
  • + 1
 @Danescob: I live in the desert thanks for the tip
  • + 1
 @panaphonic: double down casing yes but this is a different tire on not on its website in the us
  • + 1
 @Krzymndyd: It is on the website. They have two pages for minion dhfs.
  • + 1
 It seems they have changed the website. It's a common maxxis tyre. I've got two in the garage and a know heaps of people who also have them.
  • + 1
 @Krzymndyd: sorry, that was the Trail spec version, so my bad. The DH spec are wire bead in 27.5 x 2.5 size on both the USA and Int’l websites, but 26/29 x 2.5 list foldable bead choices. Weird ...
  • + 1
 @TheUnknownMTBR: I am really happy with the tire it’s definitely not as stiff as a wire bead but is stiffer then the DD casing. Just can’t find any info on it. I just want to know the weight lol
  • + 1
 Does that Assegai make anyone else think of a super beefy Hans Dampf?
  • + 6
 No it makes me think of Rectal Randal. Big Boy is back in town hungry for Bromance.
  • + 2
 @WAKIdesigns: Are your hands damp? Then it reminds you of the Hans Dampf, does it not?
  • + 17
 Keep your Hans Dampf away from my Assegai Smile
  • + 2
 Sheesh this went south... err... down... errrrrr... quickly. I was just commenting on the tread pattern lol.
  • + 1
 Hans Dampf Zwei ist betters than Assegai!!!
  • + 1
 @RollinFoSho: ????????????????????

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