I have a 92 Blaster that was running fine, started it up two days ago, was idling fine, and then i hit the gas and I heard a grinding noise. I shut it off, looked in the window for oil, and it was reading a little low. I went to put some more in, and when I took the plug out, I noticed that the gear connected to the stator behind the clutch basket was off and rubbing against the basket. I took the cover off, and I noticed the timing marks on the crankshaft gear and the stator gear. How do you get the timing back to where it should be? The stator gear can go on 3 different ways, so I don't know how it should be. Also, the piece that holds the stator gear on will not go back on. I was thinking about using a big socket and a hammer, but then I realized the timing is probably out of whack. How do you get the piece back on, and how do you get the timing back to where it should be?