2016 Laramie Limited Crew Cab 4x4 with Air Suspension and GDE Hot Tune. 253,000 KM.
I was always under this impression as well until I've had this truck. Rears have been wearing quicker than front on this Ram. Brakes have been done twice.I may be way off, but my understanding is that vehicle brake effort is biased to the front, as weight transfers forward when braking.
On motorcycles you always apply the front brakes harder than the rears, or risk rear wheel lockup. That’s why most all sport motorcycles designed for heavy braking have large front dual discs, with small singles in the rear.
The danger of rear wheel lockup is especially pronounced with pickups, as the weight transfer exacerbates the already light rear.