When Dodge engineered the third-generation Challenger, they gave it brakes that can easily handle the tremendous performance available from that Mopar engine and support the incredible handling possible with the sophisticated multi-link suspension. But even with a market-dominating design, the brakes need to be maintained to perform at the desired levels. If your Challenger’s brakes haven’t been feeling up to their usual abilities, it’s time to have them looked at or pull the wheels off yourself and perform a little brake servicing. Sometimes, however, it’s not actually the brakes themselves that give us grief. If the wheel hubs are worn, they can show symptoms that are interpreted as brake problems. On modern vehicles like your Dodge Challenger, the ABS sensors may throw up warnings if your bearing or hub is out of tune. Our replacement bearing and hub assemblies for the front and rear axles let you easily bolt-on replacement parts that will eliminate this kind of brake sensor issue. Rocks thrown up by the road, a clumsy tire fitter, or plain-old dumb luck can leave you with a damaged cable from the ABS sensor. Our replacement sensors are plug-and-play parts that give you a brand new ABS sensor, at an amazingly cost-effective price. Parking brakes are another area that can give us headaches, even when everything else on our Challenger is working correctly. If you have to really stomp on the parking brake to get it set, your parking brake cable could be in need of replacement. AmericanMuscle is here to save the day with OEM-quality replacement parts. If you enjoy track days, you might find your brakes are getting a little hot and bothered. This could be caused by a lack of cool air reaching your brakes. Our brake cooling kits are designed for precisely this scenario. They include everything needed to direct cool, outside air right to the brakes, helping them to shed the heat generated by repeated braking from high speeds.