Guitplayer That Hurst outfit you show is a rip-off,even if you could get that pile installed it will still be rubbery Hurst linkage ! Find a clean Hurst mechanism at a swap meet,mount it behind your factory levers,make a stick mount similar to the 55 chevy under the seat type till you can operate your shifter. Then in your drill press,or your neighbors,or machine shop,drill into 1/2 inch cold rolled steel rod,tap for 3/8-24 install heim joint with lock nut. Bend to fit your m-22 only takes 3,put your Hurst neutral "L" pin in (probably have to use a drill bit) adjust to perfect neutral. Naxt you'll be busy showing all your pals what a real shifter feels like. Adjust lever length for the throw you like best and so you don't hit seat or dash,bolt on any stick you want cover with a boot ! Have been shifting that way for over 50 years,smooth ,quiet,tuff, oil your shifter plates so they don't interfere with each other. Don't think I've adjusted since I put those on 52 years ago. on your mechanism find one with bolt on stick not that rubbery stick mount like a GTO ... no slack you move it shifts !!!