Upgrade your fatbike for the winter with the studded 45NRTH Dillinger 4. Designed with ultimate traction in mind when a slick, treacherous singletrack stares you down, you will find confidence and control in the saddle as the Dillinger 4 claws into snow and ice.
With 240 precisely placed concave aluminum carbide studs, the Dillinger 4 allows for unparalleled grip and traction, increasing your acceleration while climbing, and braking ability for better control. The concave crown creates a very sharp attack angle to the surface, resulting in increased traction. Any wear that occurs to the carbide crown creates an even sharper edge. Its tread is tightly spaced lowering rolling resistance. And with wider corner blocks you can face technical turns with confidence.
Available in 120tpi studded, 60tpi studded, and 120tpi studless versions. Compatible with 65-102mm wide rims.
asked by: a guest Do you know what the weight of this tire is and how it compares to the 120tpi version?
anwered by: canteau The 60tpi Dillinger 4 has an average weight of 1580g vs 1350g for the 120tpi version. Some of the weight savings on the 120tpi tire is from the lighter weight casing and addition weight savings is achieved with the aluminum-carbide studs vs the steel-carbide studs on the 60tpi Dillinger.
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I received these tires for Christmas. What a super gift! I've commuted on all conceivable conditions now, and just tried them out on a hilly groomed xc ski track, frozen rock hard and difficult to stand on. These tires roll easily, more easily than Larry and Endomorph tires. They hook up solidly and rarely slip, giving me a lot of confidence and a huge level of safety. They are really noisy on bare pavement. I guess the tremendous cost is offset by the greatly improved safety over my previous tires.