You will need, most likely, to upgrade the standard metal platter to an acrylic platter due to the original platter attracting the strong magnetics of a M/C cart and damaging the cartridge's suspension as well as damaging your vinyls.
Also due to the weight of most M/C carts being more than 5.5gm you will need to add weight to the originally supplied counterweight or buy the marginally heavier counterweight.
I went through this last yr after shelling out the $$ for MMF2.2le and selling it on the bay 4 months later.
I suggest you can verify this with needledoctor.com
The acrylic platter is avail thru Project dealers along with the heavier counterweight.
Once you spend the dollars on that stuff to bring the table up to the standard you probably expected it to be in the first place, you may find it susceptible to hum issues with many M/C's as I and several others on here have done.
As the MMF2.2 is essentially a variation on the Project Debut theme I recommend you read all the MusicHall posts in the Project turntable forum here on V.E.
BTW if you haven't done a cartridge refit on the MMF2.2 as yet then proceed with extreme caution as the crappy tonearm wires easily break away from the cart pin connectors -also as several of us have experienced
Importantly whatever you decide good luck mate. Cheers.