Roger that, appreciate the help.Were there any mechanical noises a snap or grinding while you were stuck ?
Raise the rear end and start the bike .
Engage 4wd and see if the front prop shaft will rotate with light throttle.
If it does , your diff is smoked .
If it doesn't either the actuator isn't engaging or ( like Bomb said ) your through shaft is snapped.
Pull the actuator and check the shift "fork" and splines for proper operation &/or damageOk, after getting plastic out of way and removing front tires for testing I found the front shafts tight and free of woggles or looseness. I turned key to the on position and engaged the 4x4 switch and I could hear the actuator engage(or it seems to) but the front would not pull when engine was cranked. With 4x4 engaged and in neutral I rotated the rear wheels and the front shaft moved a little like it was going to start but then it stopped. Maybe the actuator isn't engaging all the way and slipping is occurring, I'm not sure but more looking is needed I guess .But, on the side of good news, even with it completely quiet I could not hear any grinding, clunking coming from inside the trans. This sucks, I'm missing some really good riding weather.