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I don't believe that mine is a Mopar version. Everything is stamped borla (tips and mufflers) anyways. Not sure if the Mopar versions are marked with Mopar emblems or not.
Another reason besides your blood pressure is by being on a lift they will be able to makes corrections more easily than you on your back. The metal rods that go throught the rubber bushing need to be straight and flat in the mounting holes with no stress on them. The muffler shop can heat and bend them to achieve that for you, otherwise the system is sitting twisted by just loosening and moving the tailpipes.
It's one of the reasons I didn't buy my system with the dual round tips, I got to put my system in strain and spaced away from surrounding body and suspension items and then when all done put my tips on and rotate them to where they needed to be. For whatever reason these companies done let you install and align those tips.
Good luck, hope it's a cheap trip to the shop.
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