There were actually three different steering racks used in this model year according to my parts listing information. All of them can be bought as a remanufactured assembly, complete with inner tie rod ends for around $200
I would suggest installing a factory remanufactured steering gear (rack and pinion) assembly instead of having yours rebuilt in a shop. This is the preferred repair method nowadays, I have not heard of a shop rebuilding a rack in house for many years. The reason is that in a factory setting the rebuilding process usually has much better quality control; rebuilders can bore out worn housings and install sleeves, for example, to restore worn parts to factory tolerance. When a shop does it in house what they usually do is just take it apart and put in some new rubber O-rings and seals, and that is all. A factory rebuilt one is usually a batter job and will last longer. Factory remanufactured ones also usually come with a much better warranty.
Here is a supplier our shop has used many times in the past for remanufactured steering racks, and have never had a problem with their quality:
All auto parts stores also sell remanufactured rack and pinion assemblies, so you may want to call a couple of suppliers in your area to check their prices before making a decision. You may also want to check with your local Chrysler dealer; the cost of factory reman MOPAR brand racks is usually very competitive with parts store brands.
As far as the pump, replacing the pump with a remanufactured one is also the way to go. No one rebuilds pumps any more, for the same reasons: factory rebuilt ones are better quality and have a better warranty. A good quality factory remanufactured pump generally costs under $100.