What the others have said, plus be sure the washer and axel bolt are placed 
properly. The washer acts as a spacer/sleeve and then the bolt snugs everything 
up. If the washer was left out or put in wrong, things would go sideways. 
Essentially, play with the wheel till you get it right again, then figure out 
why you didn’t and don’t do that again. Grin.

It’ll take a time or two, thean be easy and old hat.

With abandon,

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