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Fabricating a Winch Mount on a 6.7L

I bought a Westin Grill Guard w/ Winch mount for my 2012 6.7L and the Carrier was rated for the 12000lb winch but was not big enough to carry the Warn M12000 that I bought. I am really wanting to stick with the HD winch(for the 125' of 3/8" cable) so I am going to build my own carrier. So now for my question. I looked at several diffrent mounts and replacement bumpers and most if not all of them blocked the intake opening between the tow hooks. So basically I am wanting to make sure that if I block this off that it will NOT hurt the Motor down the road. Thanks in advance for any help.

2012 F250 Crew Cab King Ranch 4x4
LineX Color Match Spray In Liner
UWS SD Tool Box
West in Grill Guard w/ Winch Mount
Warn M12000 bought to be installed
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