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Driveline issue

I have a 2002 F350 dually 7.3 and the last couple of days while driving I can't figure out what's going on with truck. When starting from a complete stop I get on gas and something slips or shifts.. When I hit brakes hard at a slow speed it does the same thing. I stopped by a local shop and had mechanic under truck while I had a foot on the brake and on the gas going forward and reverse and nothing was slipping in driveline. I thought maybe fuel tank was moving but it's tight. Maybe a motor mount?? When I get up to speed truck shifts fine. Any thoughts would be great. Thanks
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I'm having the same problem it sounds like and I can't find anything. I thought either leafs or motor mount and I'm leaving to motor mount

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I had a malibu that would slip when stopping or releasing the brake. Turned out to be leaking wheel cylinder, causing brake pads to slip. Maybe diff. Fluid got on your pads? Bad spider gears?
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