It is not a 'suggestion' from me, I would grade the comment much higher than that.
I am making statement of absolute technical issue/requirement that needs to be ensured one meets.
I did extensive laborious tests to prove this out.
The front tyres need to have a larger rolling circumference than the rears.
Now, whether there is a secondary issue is a different matter, but one must fit tyres of equal or greater rolling radius to the front, particularly to the right side.
If you have a range of tyre rolling radius (due to wear*), fit the largest to the right front, next to right rear, then left front and smallest to left rear.
*If they are different because they are different brands/types, junk them and buy matching tyres (at least across the same axle).
Tyre pressures equal all around, I recommend 40psi for all tyres.