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Hi

1)drill out the hole and put in a brass 1/8th sleeve for a tighter fit.

2)using that same brass tube, slice off thin shims to put on the axle between the wheel and the mount until the slop is gone.

3)or replace the whole thing with a solid front axle.

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I do point 2 using standard small washers for cars that are for home racing and for the stub axled cars I use for club racing I do point 1.

adding washers etc takes 2 mins doing the drilling etc takes me 20mins and I find is really fiddly but ultimately worth it.

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if you are lazy, just add a washer/spacer to the stub/wheel assembly, putting one on the inside of the car removes a lot of the slop.
 
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