He was glad he didn't have to find out.
Bodine took advantage of being in the lead when the rain came, winning the shortened Trucks Series race at Dover International Speedway on Friday.
He celebrated in a makeshift Victory Lane after the race was called with 147 of 200 laps completed on the 1-mile track.
Harvick had the dominant truck and led most of the race until the first rain delay. Bodine took the lead shortly after racing resumed and posted his third straight top-five finish.
Parker Kligerman was second and Harvick was third.
Rain prevented what might have been a fun showdown down the stretch between two of the best drivers in the circuit.
"From what I saw in the mirror, I don't know if he could have done it," Bodine said. "Parker and myself both would have had to make mistakes and get out of the groove. It would have been interesting to see."
Kligerman was thankful for the rain because a damaged front end meant his truck might not have lasted much longer.
"We were really bottoming the truck out and the splitter was taking a beating," he said. "That's why we couldn't get by Todd. I'd get a good restart and I just couldn't hold it up on the high side of the track without feeling like I was going to stuff it into the wall."