You don't have to undo the frame horns to put on a tow bar. Unbolt the bumper, 4 bolts. bolt on the tow bar 4 bolts.
No welding, no grinding, no etc, all the painting that needs to be done is to paint the tow bar.
Have you ever looked at a properly installed tandem tow bar ona WWII jeep?
Even on the M38 and M38A1s you do not even have to remove the bumper, it is a spacer kit that bolts right on.
Paul, just because you do not like them is no reason to crucify those if us that do.
If you do not want one on your jeep fine. but again, it is not civilized to attack those that happen to like them.
And, just as a note all my tagged and running WII vehicles, 2 GPWs, 1 MB , a WC4 a WC53 aWC52 and my CCKW before u sold it all had water buckets
, My staff car, my CUCV and M880 do not have water buckets, although i could put one on the water can in the back of the M1009
And they all have driven to shows under thier own power as well as being trailered and flat towed depending on how far the show was, what kind of roads and how many i was taking to each show.
Lighten up, opinions are like, well you know,