Someone suggested to me the other day that large tundra tires can cause the tail to stall prematurely because they interfere with the airflow over the tail at high angles of attack.
Intuitively it makes some sense but I had not heard of it before. Also, I have not flown on tundra tires so I don't know anything about it personally.
The subject came up in discussing what tires to put on a plane I am building.
Has anyone ever heard of this before? If so, are there any reports or studies that speak to it.