I installed the new 60" auto deck today on my 1025R and everything lined up great and went smooth as silk, but I checked the blade heights from side to side and the left side showed probably 1/2" -3/4" lower then the chute side. I adjusted the gold clevis's until the blades measured even from one side to the other lowering the deck to the correct mowing height with that adjuster. The weird part is that the clevis's are not even close to the same lengths now. The chute side threaded portion is flush with the bottom of the threaded hole and the left side has about 1/2" of threads showing. It looks odd from underneath too. I had the deck all the way up and slowly lowered it watching the two main arms that the clevis's connect to. They go down even and then the left one stops and then the chute side one continues down a little more and then stops. You can watch the deck on the left side stop lowering and then the chute side continues down a little more, but that is when the blades are the same height from the ground on a level surface. I figured the two gold clevis would be about the same length when it is correct. They were about even when I got the tractor, but the blades were not even from side to side. To check the blade height, I am lowering the deck down to where it stops using the height adjuster. The first time I just lowered it and stopped the height with the hydraulics and leveled it, but then when I lowered it to stop with the adjuster it wasn't even close. It really seems weird though to lower the deck and see the left side stop and the right side keeps going a little. Also if the engine is at idle and you start the deck, it sounds pretty noisy like rocks in a coffee can. Everything feels smooth to turn by hand, but the belt is flopping quite a bit and the tensioner spring is just shaking like crazy at 1500 idle speed. If I raise the rpm's to 3000 or so if feels like it smooths out a lot, but the engine is so loud, it's hard to tell. I mowed a section of the yard since it is all new, I thought maybe it was just tight, but ti's just as noisy as before I started at idle. Is this just the nature of the beast? I had the deck on for a short time when I first got it and I didn't leave it on but I did turn the deck on for just a few seconds and I swear I commented on how smooth it was compared to my old 445 deck. But now it sounds rattly. Is the deck in a twist or something now that I adjusted the height and making it noisy . Any ideas???