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Stripped out turn signal switch

Bought this project 1990 F-250 2 years ago. Turn signal switch needs changing but I don't know what size and thread the lever is since it was jerry-rigged in there to start with. Does 1/4"x28 thread sound right to rethread the lever when new switch gets here. I would appreciate all input.
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Hello and welcome. Shouldn't you just get a whole new assembly or salvage one off of a parts truck?


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