So I'm in the market to replace my tires. I'd also like to get a lock right for the front, but naturally money is low. I have a few question I'd like to get some opinions on. I'm split between getting some relativly inexpensive 35" mud terrains (dunlop mud rovers or something from Les Schwab) and using the savings to throw a locker in the front. Or else springing for those nice new swamper radials in the 36 14.50R16 variety or 37" SSR's or MTR's (I'd get some new 15" wheels with the MTR's for about the same price as a set of 37" SSR's for 16's). There's pros and cons of each setup (looks, driveablity, etc.) but I'm going go with what would work best for actual wheeling. I do a bit of trails with a lot of sand wheeling and the occasional mud foray (when its a drying lake, its mud you mid east and southern guys would respect). So what do you guys think would work better, decent 35" muds fully locked or bigger meats with one locker? I'm ready to trim whatever I need to fit bigger tires, if need be.