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Pretty sure they stuck with the wheels OP posted from 19xx-2006 (or 2008) I think they changed the lug patterns on the trucks first, then the burbs a few years later. Pretty sure the "new" 3/4T wheels are not a direct fit for the older burbs, or that if they do fit, you have to use wobble lugs or something
The wheel in his picture is what comes on a 3/4 ton Surbaban from 08-13
 

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Other than some "engineer" trying to validate his existence, I wonder what the point of changing the bolt pattern was? Something tried and true that works, imo leave it alone!!
The K2XX frame trucks have a much higher front GVWR than the 800 and 900 frames.

Story I heard back in the day was that the hub was much bigger on the K2XX front ends so they needed a larger pattern to accommodate the hub size.
 

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So, the suburbans had 17" & trucks 16"?
Depends on the package once you get to 2007.5 - I think LTZ had 17" but the lower packages were still 16" if my mind is recalling correct. Could be LT and LTZ but I am not positive

The PYO's that the OP is talking about is from the "classic" style of truck (02-2007.5)

Your truck most likely came with a set of PYO's or steels on it and the previous owner found a set of take off P25's so he swapped them onto your truck.
 
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