If the arm has not been abused there will be no trouble. The most desireable is the black LVIII. The LVII which I have is a stellar preformer at its used price point which is generally lower than what I'm seeing them sell for at this time. What bearing issues do you speak about? I've not heard of any complaints in this regard. It's my understanding that the arm tube on the later models of LVIII are glued at the headshell and the other end, whatever that's called. Also, if you find one with a newer Linn silver tonearm cable that is a big upgrade. Contact me if you want a set up manual via PDF file. I also have archived some other valuable information that I can send as a word document. Finally, there is all kinds of information about Linn tables online through a google search. Since the Ittok was a Linn product it is covered extensively as well. If you buy one to mount on another table and it doesn't come with a mounting template I can have mine copied for you on heavy weight paper and send it to you for the cost of the copy and postage. I'd also copy the original owners manual for you and include that as well. I hate it when folks sell these things when we should just be sharing them.
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