AAaaaaand here we go again! History For the past while, since owning the Suburban, I've replaced the front pads 4 times. I've never had great luck braking and stopping this truck - but I drive it like a bus so it's all good. The past few months have had the truck pulling to the right on braking. The past week I started to grind my rotor(s). I made an appointment, went and got my rotors turned at the dealership (none of the shops around here can turn the rotors from my suburban..!) and went and got the pads replaced, yet again, today. The Problem As I said the truck never has stopped quickly. I understand it's a big truck, and that it's not an uncommon complaint about the braking system on this truck. On my way home I wasn't able to stop. I mean literally, I stomped on the brakes and I slowed down to a stop...I didn't stop. Had there been a car in front of me, about 5 or 6 car lengths, I wouldn't have been able to stop in time going about 30mph. W. T. H? What I Understand and What I Know Like I said, I know it's a big truck. I did a quick look around as soon as I got home and found the brake system is not an uncommon cause of disappointment to a lot of people - straight from the factory. The pads were wearing unevenly - so the....oh....top side, I think(?) were wearing down, but not the bottom. (Caliper problems I'm guessing) I have a wheel bearing going out on the right side (passenger). My rear brakes look brand new. When I drive on gravel and try to stop, my front wheels' ABS kicks on and my rears don't seem to do much, still, no matter how hard I push. So on the way home I got kind of fed up and decided to see just how bad the braking was. So I went about 30 and, with both feet, slammed on the brakes. The truck slowed enough for my phone to fall on the floor from the center console but I slowed down. I didn't stop. I know the brakes have to seat and set correctly with a new set of pads being put on, but this just shows that there is almost 0% rear braking. Almost Done... So I had a quick look around the forum, saw that it may be the proportioning valve. Also I caught that there's a chance it's electronically controlled. So now I'm at a loss.....what do I do now? Thoughts, comments, ideas? My only thought right now is to go to the dealership in the morning and have them check everything, front to back, have them tell me what's wrong, (if they find anything...my guess is that they won't see a problem..) and then bend over and take it like a man. I apologize for the long post. I guess I'm half venting, half wondering if anyone has any ideas.