I think for airliners it is perhaps borderline possible but highly impractical.
Lets assume a 737 and google around the internet for some rough figures.
A 737 apparently lands at 155 knots which translates to around 180 miles per hour and has a max landing weight of about 65 tonnes. Apparent 4-20% of that can be on the nose gear. So that is up to 13 tonnes on the nose gear and up to 31 tonnes on each main gear. Dynamic loads can potentially be quite a bit higher than the static weight, even more so if the landing gear is damaged.
So you are looking at a vehicle with the speed of a supercar and the weight handling capacity of a large truck. That is going to be a nontrivial engineering challenge.
Then you need some mechanism for the trucks to safely interface with the plane. This is further complicated by the fact that the gear could be in almost any state.
Plus you need a runway with enough room for the trucks to accelerate, rendezvous with the plane and then slow down safely. Probably at least double the length you need for a normal landing.
Plus the rendezvous itself isn't going to be an easy procedure. Sure stunt pilots can do similar things in small planes but those planes fly much slower and are much more manoeuvrable than an airliner.
And then finally you would have to convince the authorities that this hairbrained scheme is at least as safe as just landing the plane with broken gear.