Dillinger 5 Custom Studable Fatbike Tire: 26 x 4.8"
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You will not find a better fatbike tire for a smooth ride through snowy conditions than the 45NRTH Dillinger 5. The larger cousin of the Dillinger 4, it shares a similar tread and stud profile allowing for amazing traction and confidence through tough terrain. But with its bigger footprint, the Dillinger 5 will glide through loose snow.
With 258 precisely placed concave aluminum carbide stud holes, the Dillinger 5 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. Choose your own stud profile for a customizable feel.
The Dillinger 5 is the biggest fatbike tire for the biggest of rigs. Take your smooth ride out in the cold, with confidence on snowy singletrack, riding through loose snow and clawing in when faced with ice.
I bought these tires along with 2 bags of 258 studs. You'll save about $100 per tire doing the work yourself.
These tires are awesome. Very good on loose and packed snow and outstanding on ice. They seem to roll pretty well too. They measure about 4.5" from lug edge to lug edge on an 80mm Mulefut rim.
Tree Fort is great. Shipping was fast. I couldn't find any other sellers that even came close to the price.
One word of caution though. They are listed as the new "tubeless bead". Upon receiving these, nowhere on the tire does it indicate that it's tubeless and the bead doesn't look any different than the older non-tubeless version. Having said that, I set them up tubeless on Mulefut wheels with absolutely no problems. I've run them down to 5 or 6 psi with no issues. BUT the Mulefut rims are probably the easiest tubeless rim out there. If you are using a non-tubeless rim, this could be an issue.