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Bleeding my clutch, checking gear oil, tranny

Having a hard time finding my bleeder zerk for my clutch. think i found it on driver side up by where the lever comes out of the cab to firewall, but not sure. dont want to strip it either, know what size them are???? and how do I drain/fill 90 wt in the tranny???? cant find the plugs... any help would be downright praised!!!!!! Leaded in north idaho...

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