Yup bring it home I towed mine home on a dolly, trip was about 5-600 miles and I took the drive shaft off but from what I understand it’s not nessiaary as long as it’s in neutral. I only did to make myself alittle less worried about it.
I will say though make sure to keep those straps tight I noticed a few times that they had loosened up alittle. Also had to add air to the 60s back tires a few times.
Dang that looks like mine down to the discoloration behind the license plate. The owners manual says put the t-case in 2H though.
A tow dolly is nice because you can disconnect and back up easily if you are alone. You can also always try to back up on it and throw some magnetic lights on it if you want to keep your drivetrain from spinning.
Besides that I like the tow bar that came with mine, I wouldn’t discourage anyone from installing one.
When people pass you and you are going faster than 65ish it does get a little floaty. Pulled mine with a 2wd regular cab F250.