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Speedometer cable... standard threads down below?

Trying to figure something out, before I go diving underneath and buying parts.

Are the speedometer cable threading down on the lower cable, between the VSS and transfer case on a '94/'95 a standard 7/8" thread type? Or are they something different?

And what about the threading coming out the top of the VSS box?

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