Thanks for the replies....I want to tow it with my motorhome. The reason for using a tow dolly is I like to be able to tow different vehicles.....I don't want to use a tow bar and different and mounting plates/setups for the different vehicles.
I flat tow my 2012 JKUR and I know why you want to use a dolly it's just too easy. If you are going to flat tow the jeep you need to check out the weight of your vehicle in the states they you are planning on driving through they may require you to have some kind of breaking system. By the time your done Tow bar break system lights you could have bought a used dolly with all of the stuff already on it... My break system doesn't work 1/2 the time in is just a pain in my A**. Drive it up on a dolly and be done with it. Whoever we need to disconnect our rear drive shaft LOL.
Posted the same thing to you on RV.net... If you just need to tow it once a dolly might make sense, if you disconnect the rear drive shaft. But if you plan on towing it frequently you'll probably want to get it set up to flat tow as I don't think you'll want to get under the Jeep to connect and disconnect often.
Thanks for all the replies......I like dolly towing because it is easy. My 2013 looks like CV joint not U joint......it looks like about 8 bolts on front half and 8 bolts on the back half of this CV joint. I'm not sure how to disconnect the drive shaft from the rear diff. I did search and can't nything on this drive shaft.