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post #16 of 20 Old 07-11-2012, 09:06 AM
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Good looking out. I posted that info up on another threat, but I think it was taken down. I'm happy you put up those numbers on this more promenent threat.

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post #17 of 20 Old 02-26-2013, 05:27 PM
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what is the best way to loosen the connectors. Mine are full of dust and stuff and have gotten hung up
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post #18 of 20 Old 02-27-2013, 11:17 AM
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does anyone have an good ideas to the get connectors to come apart? I got the clips out and they wont budge
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post #19 of 20 Old 03-21-2013, 06:00 AM
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Not sure if anyone has viewed this thread in awhile, but figured I'd add some info. The splices detailed in the instruction ARE the only way to go (at least with the 2003 rubi). While removing the locker pumps I started to trace wires to see if they could be removed and rerouted in the engine compartment. I found the factory intermittently wrapped the wiring bundles in electric tape prior to being placed inside the wiring loom (the loom that is routed over the transfer case and head towards the passenger side of the engine compartment. I also found that the ground wires for both pumps are connected to a larger gauge wire, all of which is headed into another wiring loom. This loom is routed towards the driver side of the gas tank and I believe is then routed over the gas tank towards the passenger side.
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Rise From the Dead...... Just picked up myself a set of really well built up TJ Rubicon Axles. The only thing is they didn't come with the locker pumps and looks like Ill need to buy those. At $160 per that's a steep price considering I can get an ARB onboard air kit for cheaper. I considered trying to rig up an ARB to the rubi lockers but decided not to mess with it and just bite the bullet and get the OE Pumps. Now, here is why I am reviving this dead thread... What kind of air line should I be running? I have checked out other friends TJ/LJ Rubis and the line from the factory looks like just plain ole vacuum line. Anybody have any incite on this?

Thanks for any reply's and the great info on this thread.
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