I think those mounts are made with the T56 more in mind. Since the LS T56 shifter is further back than a first gen shifter (I think), I would assume that means that it's moved your TKO too far forward.
If you remove the six bolts and pull the shifter you should be able to just rotate it 180 degrees which will move it back about 2-3/4". You may have to knock it loose since they use sealant typically. There are two "ball cups" on the shift rail so it'll mount either way and don't miss the little plastic bushing that goes in the cup. You'll also have to pull the stub out and rotate it so the stick bolts on right.....also I can't tell but is your stub offset correctly to work with console?
I don't know if that will get it right, might be too far back, but it'll get it closer to that hole which by the way...Good Lord. Will a boot even cover it?
This is from the instructions and since it mentions transmission swap crossmembers would seem to indicate the trans doesn't wind up back in stock position.
The combined use of these mounting brackets and related HOOKER™ transmission swap crossmembers, will allow installation of an LS engine with a GM Powerglide, TH350, TH400, 700R4, 2004R or 4L60/4L65/4L70/4L75 automatic into any 1967-69 GM F-body vehicle without requiring any cutting or hammering to the vehicle body.
With the exception of the needed shifter hole, these components also permit no-cutting-required installation of a TREMEC® LS Fbody/GTO T56 transmission into any 1967-69 F-body. TREMEC® aftermarket T56 Magnum transmission installations will require tunnel modifications for installation into a 1967-69 F-body.
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Last edited by Steiner; Mar 20th, 16 at 06:35 AM.