1970 ford 8000 fluids

Hello I am trying to change hydraulic oil and transmission oil in 1970 ford 8000. I romoved the drain plug in transmission and very little fluid came out. Less than half a quart. Is where is the level check for the transmission. I found 2 plugs to check the level but not sure if the first one is for the transmission of for hydraulics it is right in front of the rear end. Or is there even supposed to be fluid in transmission is there dry transmissions in tractors
 

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Hello I am trying to change hydraulic oil and transmission oil in 1970 ford 8000. I romoved the drain plug in transmission and very little fluid came out. Less than half a quart. Is where is the level check for the transmission. I found 2 plugs to check the level but not sure if the first one is for the transmission of for hydraulics it is right in front of the rear end. Or is there even supposed to be fluid in transmission is there dry transmissions in tractorsT he one just ahead of the axle
 
The one just ahead of the axle housing on the left side is the hydraulic housing. I believe that a 1970 should have a dipstick housing going in there and up the the rear. My 9000 did. Your open hole should be transmission with gallons of oil. The two plugs are level holes. You also have a rear housing. Remove the drawbar to access it.
 

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