Oh, now we are talking about toy haulers huh? I thought this was about Jeeps on a trailer. The OP is hauling a single XJ on a trailer. Post some photos from Jeep Forum threads other than a WD hitch thread that shows Jeep Forum members using WD distribution bars on a single Jeep trailer.
You won't find a single weenie on here, I bet.
EDIT: Oh WTH, post some photos of a single Jeep on a trailer from Glamis with a WD hitch. I'm calling BS on you so let's see the photos.
Nice try at misdirection... But I only referenced toy haulers with regard to your comment "Why they even offer this product is beyond me. Toss them extra parts in the scrap pile"
. There is a very good reason they offer this product, but as you said, it's beyond you.
It's also interesting that you have not responded to any of my statements, and can only take issue with the fact that I mentioned toy haulers.
"Weenie"? So when you can't win an argument with facts you resort to name calling instead? Shows just how ignorant you are on this subject.
Sorry, but I haven't walked around Glamis taking pictures of people's trailer hitches. You can call BS all you want, but it doesn't mean much. However, I can show you this article from Off Road Web, showing the proper safe tie down procedure for a Jeep on a trailer, and if you look at the pictures you'll see WD bars on the trailer's tongue: Click here
And this whole discussion of finding pictures of other JeepForum members who tow a single Jeep on a trailer with or without WD bars is moot because you would have no idea from looking at pictures what the rating is of their receiver, and therefore you'd have no way of knowing if their particular application needed a WD hitch or not.
Then again, just to play devils-advocate, here are some threads where users are using WD hitches to tow their single Jeeps:
JeepForum.com - Scroll to Post #6
But even with these threads I've linked above there's no way of knowing which rigs need a WD hitch and which do not, just from looking at the pictures. You'd need to know the hitch ratings before you come to any real conclusion.
At any rate, my advise to the OP still stands, since nothing you've said to the contrary holds water. In fact, that's the only reason I continue this debate - I'm trying to provide reliable information to the OP.