Answers can be found in manufactures up-fitting guides usually free from vehicle manufacturer.
Changing vehicles center of gravity (CG) is most common issue when adding items like bumpers, winch, fuel cans, tire carrier or whatever, then there is the question of can suspension deal with the additional weight, or?
Proper up-fitting and keeping the manufacturer designed CG is not as hard as some would think and makes for a safe adventurer where ever that adventurer takes you and yours.
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