My thanks and respect go out to Aaron K. for his amazing garage full of cool tools, including a milling machine, and his willingness to invite me down to shave material off a part so it would work with my newly installed ARB bumper.
Prior to my ARB bumper, my front recovery options consisted of a Bullet Proof Fabrication heavy duty recovery point, which replaced the OEM open hook. (https://www.bpfabricating.com/collections/tacoma/products/tacoma-recovery-tow-hook). After finding out that ARB is essentially no longer adding recovery points to their bumpers out of fears regarding liability (see https://expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/arb-bumper-question.69638/ if interested), I did not have a front recovery point. My options seemed to be ARB's solution http://store.arbusa.com/2005-On-Toyota-Tacoma-Recovery-Point-2823010-P22953C92.aspx for $260, or trying to find a spot for something bolt-on, like https://www.superiorengineering.com.au/heavy-duty-rear-tow-point-80-series-landcruiser-21652, which seems like a bad direction.
Enter Aaron, who invites me down to mill down a bit over 3/16" inch of material that interfered with the new bumper, and viola!, I'm back in business.
Opted to repaint the whole thing red, for no real reason.