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I like the idea of independent rotating wheels, but invariably they are done with short stub axles that give a lot of excess movement, and hence chance of body rub.

As such, I generally convert the stub axles to a solid axle, so that I have a solid play-free basis from which to work.

Have converted Fly 908/03 and Viper in this manner. The benefits of a solid frnt-end have outweighed the cons of having the 2 sides of the car linked. It has definately improved the Flunder (908/03); as its wheelbase is soooo short to start with, that it need help in stabilising the front in any case.

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