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drivetrain acting up. any ideas as too what is wrong

just this week my drive train started acting up. usually happens somewere above 70 kms an hour.seem too hapen when it should want too shift. rpms sit the same but the truck kind of bucks back and forth. all light city driving still fine
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Post engine and trans. for better results.
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