i think it should be ok as well.
regardless of what you are towing and what you are towing with, here are my observations of flat towing. i'm writing this for everyone.... not just one. i got alot of "you'll be ok" advice from people, but i got lucky and learned alot real fast without hurting anything. another guy i know did the same thing and wrecked a WJ and YJ on a offramp.
1- keep the speed reasonable for what youre doing. straightaway interstate may be fine to run at 60-70mph... but for God's sake, get a feel for the two vehicles interaction first.
2- on highway curves and on/off ramps, SLOW DOWN. flat towing is VERY different from hauling a trailer. even a dual axle trailer's axles are close-coupled and present little resistance to turning. another car/truck/suv being flat towed... the axles are FAR apart and resist turning ALOT.
3- avoid turning sharply in confined spaces. the steering wheel may tend to turn to full lock and not return to center... more an inconvenience than a danger...
4- you will have another vehicle physically attached to the rear of yours. take care in rapid movements or lane changes. (see #2) if you want an idea of what can happen, watch police pit videos on youtube.
i had a '98 ZJ 4.0 that i used to flat tow a '73 CJ5 on 33's. it worked great so long as i was careful. i could tell some stories that led to some butt-puckers and butterflies in the tummy.... but the best advice i can give is to not go too fast. if youre unfamiliar with the area, go VERY slowly. screw everyone else.
btw... i had to use that same ZJ (on 33's) to haul the JK-U to the dealership twice... on a trailer....