Over the summer I picked up a Warn 9500i winch for cheap from a local ad. Then a few weeks later I found a used ARB bumper with in driving distance. Natively, a 9500i will not fit the ARB. It is too tall and would mount in the wrong orientation for the ARB. The bumper was is pretty rough shape when I got it, and knowing I had to modify it to make it work only has made this project more fun. It came with the original mounting hardware, but some were stripped out and others has broken bolts stuck in the weld nuts. So I made my own from some 1.5 inch by 3/16 angle iron. Note: I am by no means a professional welder. The winch came with a 1/4 inch winch plate that just perfectly fit between the "rails" of the bumper mount. With some more angle iron supports below, and welding it all the way around, it is quite sturdy. I essentially made Detours USA Backbone out of the ARB bumper mount. The outer shell needed quite a bit of work because all of the layers in the front section and grew over a half inch from all the rust jacking. I cut out a large section of the front an replaced it with an 1/8 plate. Since the outer shell will only be holding the fairlead, it doesn't need anywhere as much reinforcement. Here is the bumper rough mounted to the Jeep. Lots more work to do yet.