But WHAT IF the trailer hitch breaks?
WHAT IF the safety chains (or cables) don't hold?
WHAT IF the breakaway switch doesn't activate?
WHAT IF the trailer takes off by itself and gets hit by an 18 wheeler that is grossed out at 80,000 lbs?
THEN where if your bike going to be?
Yes, that is carrying the WHAT IF game to ridiculous extremes. But, then again, WHAT IF...
One can only do the best one can. The end result is out of your control. No, the Universe is NOT against you. The Universe just does not CARE about you. Or me.
Use the proper tool for the job, and get on with living.
You forgot "WHAT IF the sky falls?"
Oh, yeah, that too!
CM1, USN (RET)
2002 Fleetwood Southwind 32V, Ford V10
Toad: 2006 Jeep Rubicon LJ
Other toad: '06 PT Cruiser, Kar Kaddy dolly
Toy: 1977 Dodge W100 CC SWB, 3/4 ton axles & springs
"When seconds count, help is only minutes away!"
Mowermech, Dutch, Sorry if my comment about tie downs created this extreme posting. I did begin my statement that it might work for some, but I guess if we don't plan to do it, I should not state why. I'll try to remember that in the future.