THIRD EDIT: Think oil lube not so good idea for spindle. Will run out. Grease it is. Still unclear cause of noise/vibration. Spindle/bushing/thrust ball wear OR marks on taper of aluminum platter. SECOND EDIT: Anyone know if oil was in the spindle bearing originally? Does it hold oil without leaking out? EDIT: Changed title. Appears I MAY have a noisey spindle/motor bearing? Intermitent rubbing with platter rotation. Anyone with experience with these or a link of related thread. Original post: Thought I'd use an original Shure M95ed cart and stylus I had, on newly aquired Pioneer PL570 table. First time useing table. Had local shop inspect stylus. They said it was ok. I used it back in late 70's. Mounted cart on Technics headshell. Set overhang to 49mm mark I made on Technics gauge. Mounted, adjusted weight for 1.25 grams. Checked alignment on 2 point protractor. Raised tonearm to level. Adjusted cuing and rest heights. Adjusted antiskate useing a Shure test record. Table seems to function from what I see. Playing a few records I get a constant pronounced shuuuuuush noise when stylus is on record. I've cleaned the tip. Could this just be noise of a WELL worn stylus? This is only extra cartridge I have available.