I've a Warn 9.5 CTi-S (C for contactor and S for synthetic rope) installed on stock 10A/X steel bumper (minus ends). This bumper was designed for the 9.5 Ti style (offset from center) winch. It (the winch) was the high end Warn winch in 2014 and was available from FCA with a Mopar model number (I bought my with a Warn winch model designation on Amazon). It is a great and virtually indestructible piece of equipment and, used with the optional wireless remote, extremely easy to employ from the driver's seat. The point of this post is that either the bumper you will use comes with an offset fairlead mounting location or you will have to modify your (stock or aftermarket) bumper. In this respect, the 9.5 is different from the now top of the line Zeon 10-S which has a centered (in the bumper) fairlead location.