I do as well as our moderator, BradW. Mine is on a 16' carhauler flatbed hooked to a TorkLift Super Hitch with a 21" extension to reach past my 9' camper. It tows great and I have not felt the need for a WD attachment.
2011 F250 Super Cab Lariat 6.2 373 FX4 Short Box 4" BDS, 35" Toyos, TorkLift, 16.5K Warn, Locked & Loaded
2007 SunLite Pop Up
I tow my Jeep on a 16' steel trailer behind my 98 GMC k1500 with my 1987 Starcraft Roadstar 8' popup camper. The camper sits in the bed with the tailgate down - and I have more than enough room to hook up and tow the trailer without any extension. Obviously using my half ton truck is not ideal - but I did it a few weeks ago and it actually worked extremely well - especially with the airbags on the truck. As soon as I can I will post pics.
we tow a 99 tj jeep. have a lance 1020 so have to use an extension with side chains to help the sideways movement. use a reece tow bar with safety chains and then run the magnet lights to the rear bumper of the jeep.
our jeep is a black with a black top so we put some vecro strips on the side front and rear to put some reflectors on them to help at night.
do a google search for 'flat towinf a jeep' and you will get some good ideas.
We interupt this marriage for FISHING SEASON 2002 Ford 350 Crewcab 4X4 Powerstroke
1999 Lance 1020
I tow a 1972 K5/Blazer loaded on a 10K rated trailer:
Sorry don't have any close ups of the hitch.
My TC doesn't hang all that far, it is only a 9.5footer.
I used Reese Titan V 2.5" with one of thease:
This shank is about 8" longer than the normal slide in shank. This one is used for WD setup so I also installed the head for the ball mount:
So all in all I get about 9" of extension and the ball mount is adjustable to insure I tow level (bags help too). Works great and I have yet to install the WD setup as I haven't had the need for it yet, so for now it just lays on the garage floor
2005 Dmax/Alison CC longbed 4x4
Outfitter Apex 9.5