When it comes to deciding what winch is best for your Wrangler, an important thing you will need to decide is what size winch to get. Obviously the heavier the vehicle, the stronger the winch you will need to pull yourself out of a bad situation. A good rule of thumb is your winch should be at least 1.5 times the weight of your Wrangler. If your Jeep is stock other than the winch you will be adding, you can just multiply your gross vehicle weight (GVW) by 1.5. However, if you have done all kinds of crazy mods like a lift, bumpers, wheels, tires, or anything else, you should take your gross vehicle weight and factor in the weight of the mods you have done before multiplying by 1.5. If you feel like being extremely accurate you can take your Wrangler to the local weigh station or scrap yard and find the exact weight of your Wrangler when it is fully loaded with all of your gear that you might bring with you when you off-road, this will give you the most accurate weight of your Jeep for winching situations.
For example, the 2019 JL is anywhere from 5,200 to 5,800 lbs depending on add-ons. This means you'd need a winch rated for at least 8,700 lbs. Again this doesn't take into consideration aftermarket, heavy-duty bumpers you might have installed, heavy steel skid plates, and/or larger wheels and tires. Better to overestimate what you need rather than have a winch that's underrated for your build.