We flat tow our Jeeps behind a motorhome when traveling via a Blue Ox towbar. So, when we traded one of the JK Wrangler Rubicons in on a Gladiator I set about modifying it as well. Typically tow bars attach to a baseplate beneath the bumper that attaches to the frame but that's nut a grat location if you do any rock crawling because it can get damaged. So I installed a Rockhard front bumper. That gave me a sturdy off-road bumper as well as a low winch mounting location. I ordered Rockhard's tow tabs so that I could connect the Blue Ox towbar to the bumper, eliminating the need for a baseplate. I added shackle rings to attach the safety cables to, and drilled the bumper to accept the 6 prong towing light socket and air coupling nipple. I installed an M&G 2.0 auxiliary braking system, which connects to the motorhome with an air hose to operate the Jeep brakes when towing. I also bought a Mopar flat tow wiring harness kit for a JL (because they don't make one for the Gladiator yet) and modified it to operate the rear lights when towing. Now it's plug and play. I just drive up to the motorhome, connect the tow bar, back up a bit to set the locking arms, plug in the lights and air hose, put the transfer case into neutral and drive away.