Today I installed the 60" auto connect deck for the first time on our 1025R. I had my wife drive it over the deck so I could watch how things were lining up. The front arm was lining up great with the front slots and the rear pins were lining up good with the rear slots, but the female portion of the auto connect was a tad lower than the male shaft so the male end of the shaft was going to actually slightly hit the top edge of the female part, like the female portion was angled down just a little too much. At that point I didn't even try to go forward because I assumed it was not going to work correctly hitting that female edge and I saw there was a adjusting bolt, so I loosened the jamb nuts and adjusted the female part so it lined up pretty centered with the male part. I had my wife drive it forward and everything went together as smooth as glass. A that point I figured I was done, but later I got to wondering what happens to that adjustment bolt as the deck goes up. I was afraid that maybe it would bind on the bolt due to the angle changing as it goes up and down, so I went out and checked my clearances from the adjustment bolt head to the bracket that it hits. When the deck is flat out on the floor with the casters clear up, the bolt head is against the bracket. At about mid lift there is maybe a 1/16" gap between the bolt head and bracket and at full up, I have between 1/16" and a scant 1/8". I just don't want that bolt to put any tension on that female part which would bind the male/female connection. I questioned myself afterwards if John Deere intended for that female portion to angle down a little and then maybe it pops into place as the males pushs on it. It seemed like it should line up to make a smooth connection. Should I adjust it so that it angles down just a little so that it isn't perfectly centered but would still slip onto the male. This would give more bolt head clearance as the deck goes up than I have now. My height for connecting and unconnecting will be very consistent because I will do it on a flat concrete floor with the deck on a piece of cardboard so it doesn't slip. Is there a specific way that it is to be adjusted? I could not find anything in my deck owners manual. Please let me know what is the proper adjustment. Thanks!!