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Rear Tyre For 2005 Suzuki Marauder 125

Does anyone know where I can purchase the rear tyre for this bike? I have been searching and searching for ages, but it appears that tyres to fit this bike are few and far between. I can find plenty which are tubeless. But when it comes to finding a tubed tyre to fit this bike its practically impossible.
If anyone's got any advice or knows of anyone who sells these. Please, Please get in touch : )

Thanks Steven

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