Picture by Jim Raeder via Airliners.net
Hello IFC, with the introduction of the soon to come Super CubX I would love for it to have Tundra Tires for back country flying and landing in strange places, this would be a very great addition to what is already looking like a wonderful aircraft!
A tundra tire is a large low-pressure tire used on light aircraft to allow operations on rough terrain. A common variant of tundra tire is the bushwheel. These tires include an integral inner tube with the valve manufactured into the side-wall, allowing the tire to operate at very low pressures without risking shearing-off the valve stem and causing a flat tire. Low-pressure tires provide greater cushioning and enable aircraft to land on rough surfaces, unsuitable for normal tires. Bushwheels are a common modification for backcountry aircraft.