Anybody have first-hand experience with the Wike DIY kit trailers (http://wicycle.com/trailer.htm)? I'm trying to determine a few things:
1. How easy would it be to add extra sections to what they show as an example here: http://wicycle.com/kitbigtube.jpg, making a trailer that is closer to 72 or even 96 inches long (assuming that each new section is about 24 inches long)? Basically, I'd like to make my own trailer that is similar to the Bikes at Work trailers, but for less money, and in a way that I can change the length of the trailer depending on need.
2. COULD I change the trailer length pretty easily once I assemble it? I should be able to take off a section temporarily, right? I mainly want my two dogs (45lbs & 75 lbs) to be able to ride together, but might occasionally want to cart some lumber, or even just much smaller loads.
3. The website lists a cargo capacity of 150 lbs. Has anyone pushed that limit? By how much without worrying about it? My dogs come in under that together, but who knows what else I'd like to haul?
4. I've seen on other BF threads here where people recommend two wheeled carts that have BOTH sides of each wheel supported by trailer frame, such as the Equinox does. Has anybody had wheel problems on cargo trailers that aren't built that way?
5. Anyone had the unique opportunity to compare the build quality/handling of these three (my top choices: Bikes at Work, Equinox [they also make a dog trailer and a bigger dog trailer similar to their kiddie models that look great, but are spendy], and Wike)?
Of course, I can ask Wike directly, but I wanted to hear it from people with direct experience too!