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Stuck in a bad way

My truck keeps eating converters. Had the transmission rebuilt by my shop again, transmission cooler added, triple clutch converter added and I smoked another one today.

I have a heavy traile I'm pulling, as I'm supposed to move to Washington state this month but I'm dead in the water. The truck is going back into those shop tomorrow to be rebuilt again.

What can I have these guys look into to figure out what's killing the converters. I drive off of egt's so I haven't been beating on the truck too hard.

Ever since the rebuilt when the truck is under a load there's a little hic up from drive to overdrive. Like the rpms bump up a little between the shift.

Is this issue something that could be found in the valve body? I need my truck to stay together at least 1500 miles so I can get to my new home!!

1995 F250 Single Cab.
D60 Swap and Super Duty springs.
315/75/16 Tires.
Custom Light Bar for night missions.
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