Get the pumps with it and then wire them in yourself. I'm sure there is a write up for that floating around here somewhere.
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they will bolt right in with the following conditions -
you'll need to change the front and rear driveshaft yokes. Rubicon's use 1330 u-joints...all other TJ's use 1310.
rubi air lockers run on 3-5psi, easiest thing to do would be buy a set of rubicon pumps, mount them under the hood and wire them up to dash switches.
Obviously you'll want to verify that the axles are straight and unharmed, that the driveshafts are good, that the transfer case is good, that the locker pumps are good, etc.
As -dirt- mentioned, you'll probably also need to notch your skidplate or otherwise modify your mounts to handle the larger 241 transfer case. There are threads on here about swapping a 241 into '97-'02 TJ's.
pm if you have questions but i have a rubi 241 rubi axles and rubi driveshafts in my 97 and axles just bolt in but definately get the locker pumps and if you want i can tell you how to wire some contura rocker switches so the light comes on when axles locks. I would grab all but the six speed trans and run
1997 Jeep Wrangler 5.0 ho gt40p motor w/ e303 cam, ax15 trans. 241j rock trac transfer case from 05 rubicon. 05 front rubicon 44 with yukon chromoly shafts and rear rubicon dana 44 and rubicon rims with 33x11.50x16 mtrs