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transmission bucking?

I believe my torque converter is going out, I pulled a trailer about 8,000 lbs 750 miles and everything is fine until I need to speed up from access roads onto the highway, it's not slipping but when it shifts it feels like the converter is grabbing and letting go repeatedly under a load. If I ease up then it shifts fine and I can get back on it

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I'm contemplating replacing just the converter or if I should do the entire BTS tranny and converter?

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