Hello, I currently have a zero turn mower for my own yard, and I am considering offering to cut the grass for a property about 1.5 miles away. I own a truck but the mower is to big for the bed and I do not own a trailer. I wanted to run an idea by everyone to see if its reasonable before I start welding. The roads to the second property are paved roads with the speed limit of 30 MPH but limited traffic so I could go slower without any problems. Rather than spending the money on the trailer (I know everyone advocates for a trailer but this is a cheaper option), I am thinking about welding 2 inch steel tubing in the form of a T to the front of the mower that connects to a receiver for a ball mount on the truck. I will then just tilt the mower up from the front onto the ball to tow down the road. I can't image the tires on the mower can't handle 30 MPH. It seems reasonable to me, but I am wondering what everyone else thinks. Let me know. Thank you!