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Old 07-12-20, 03:21 PM
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Shimano MT200 parts?

My left crank arm fell off and I can't find a parts manual. I'm missing a nut for the spindle( I think that's what its called) and I'm not sure if its a 10mm nut or something else. Can anyone help? The Bike is a Shimano MT200.
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Old 07-12-20, 08:31 PM
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If your crank is indeed a square taper crank the bolt that dedhed posted above fits. Any bike shop will have one.

There may be a problem. If the crank arm fell off there is strong possibility that the crank arms tapers are rounded and you will not be able to re-install the crank arm without it becoming loose again. The harder steel axle rounds out the softer aluminum crank arm and makes it useless. The only thing to do is try the bolt, and use the right tool to tighten it. It needs a thin walled socket or better yet a specific bicycle tool like the Park CCW-5. Worse case scenario is replace the crank arm, best case tighten the bolt.

When I look up Shimano MT200 I see a completely different crank that is not square tapered. If your crank looks like this one, then you have to use a different approach. Let us know if you need further assistance if this is the case.
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