I gave it some modest thought, but never got beyond the 'thinkin' stage. What killed it for me was thinking about the hitch weight
. The Scamp
19 is listed as having a hitch weight
of 400lbs. Now - despite what it written on the back of my hitch - the manual of my tow vehicle (a Dodge Ram Van 1500) lists a MAX hitch weight
To REALLY do this right - you'd also have to move the axle
forward to better balance the trailer and bring the hitch weight more in line with the usual "10-15% of the weight of the trailer" figure. Doing THAT would make the relocation of the hitch seem trivial. I suppose you COULD get around that by loading a LOT of weight in the back to counterbalance the trailer - but that seems like a loosing game to me.