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Are these the highest traction trail tires in the 4.5-5.0" tires
Short answer = no.

Long answer = It depends on the soil type, moisture content of said soil, tire pressure, rim width, rider weight, bike type, rider skill, and a few other things.

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They’ve got a lot of traction. So much traction that I typically run Jumbo Jim’s in the summer instead of the stock FBRs on my Mukluk. I’m a big fan of skinny Minion traction, but fat Minion has about 150% more grip than I typically need on the average dirt day.
 

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They've got a lot of traction. So much traction that I typically run Jumbo Jim's in the summer instead of the stock FBRs on my Mukluk. I'm a big fan of skinny Minion traction, but fat Minion has about 150% more grip than I typically need on the average dirt day.
150%?
I'm 78% sure that's not possible.
 
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