I don't know where you can find a Wallytractor, however I had one and sold it. There is a better system than the Wally for setting up pivotal tonearms. My experience was with a Graham 2.0, but I am sure that the results would be similar with other high quality arms. The system I prefer is called CartAlign, (also discontinued) and came in a box with a clear cover to show off the tool. I found mine by advertising at Audiogon and Audio Shopper, and got a reply within a month. By the way, the Wallytractor model is specific to a certain arm. That is, you must have the Wally designed for the Graham if you are setting up a Graham arm. The CartAlign works on a different principal and is equally accurate on all pivotal tonearms. Best luck either way you decide to go!