I've got a small enclosed trailer, I believe its a 6x9, that I borrow from my uncle every winter to cart my Harley around town with, and I want to set up my x758 to move the trailer around my property with a ball hitch instead of having to use my pickup truck or just brute strength every time. I see what looks to be a receiver slot in the front frame of my tractor, one of the small car sized ones. 1 1/4" I think? Is that what that square slot is for? Or is that for something else or nothing at all? Even if it was, is that front frame and axle design beefy enough to be taking the tongue weight of a trailer that size? I know the tongue weight is minimal, but I'll be at some point pushing this trailer up to my house over snow and some kind of rough terrain, so it's going to put some stress up there. As far as using the rear to hitch up, is that plate frame work strong enough I could just install a ball on it and hook the trailer up? Or is there a beefier bolt on frame hitch solution I should be looking into? Thanks guys.