Looks awesome! I really do love the Mojito. Looks super sharp. Post pics of the winch and plate for sure when you’re done. That’s on my list.
So here is the MOAB with the black grille, the Warn VR EVO (10k lb) winch, and Rusty’s winch plate all mounted up (on the MOAB factory steel bumper). I also contacted Maximus directly about the filler plate(s) because it was not clear to me which ones to use with the VR. The Maximus-3 Sales Manager (Ivan) advised me to use the “Zeon filler trim plates JL1017FZ.” Keep in mind, Maximus also sells a “Standard” JL filler trim plate JL1017FS (note the ”FS” vs “FZ” stock numbers). In some places on the Forum, people said the Zeon filler plate would not work with the VR. As you can see in the pics, it worked fine for me and install just requires the need to set a thread into the hole(s) in the chassis frame (top of the bumper) using a Maximus supplied thread-cutting bolt. Took about 15 minutes to mount the two plates (only because I had to hunt down a tool).
Keep in mind, between the Zeon and the VR, there appears to be a difference with cable and wire routing, and on the VR, as you somewhat see here, those cables and wires will be more prominent on top of the bumper. I covered most of them in black plastic conduit and pushed them as far back as I could behind the bumper.
Also, due to time limitations, I have not had the opportunity to build out my bracket and mount the Warn Power Interrupt Kit. Maybe next week.