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metal in trans!?

After pulling the pan in preparation to dropping my trans to put a new TC in I discovered many of these in the bottom of my pan and in my filter, i would love any thoughts on what these pieces may be! Advice would be appreciated because I need to know soon (before school starts in a few days) if I'm in wayy deeper then just a TC.

Symptoms: extended time shifting into drive and reverse
under hard throttle severe slipping
rides 2200 rpm for a while before shifting
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2000 F250, Gillett GDS Ball Buster, Full Force stage 1 injectors, DP 5 pos chip, Banks turbo back exhaust, AFE cold air, ITP boost fooler, Custom 6"lift, 37" military goodyears, heavy duty rebuilt trans and TQ, Pro comp gauges, Yukon 4.56 gears.
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It turned out to be pieces of the center support bearing.

2000 F250, Gillett GDS Ball Buster, Full Force stage 1 injectors, DP 5 pos chip, Banks turbo back exhaust, AFE cold air, ITP boost fooler, Custom 6"lift, 37" military goodyears, heavy duty rebuilt trans and TQ, Pro comp gauges, Yukon 4.56 gears.
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