Hey guys, i need some help diagnosing my grizz. It's a 2014 700. I was hunting up north and rode into a 3' wide by 3' deep washout at 20 mph. It was dark and i didn't see it in time. I flew over the bars and ended up with sprained wrists and a mildly separated shoulder. I was lucky. My grizz was nose down in the washout idling away when i got up. I turned it off right away. We winched it out and took a look. My rox bars were pushed forward to the rack. That was from me gripping the bars, applying the brakes and getting launched. Not a noticeable scratch or bruise on the quad. Here's the symptoms. We pushed the bars back to where they were. The back brake is grabbing. The rear hand brake lever is very firm, like it's applied. The shift linkage is off a little. I had it in High and it was in low. I knew something was wrong so my buddy towed me with his 09 grizz 700. The brake was dragging and got worse to the point the rear tires were skidding. I don't know what would cause this. When i get time and my shoulder is feeling better i'm going to pull off the side panels and look at the gear linkage. I don't see any bends in anything other than my winch mounting plate might be a little off. I am super lucky and didn't give a shit about my quad after i got up. Lesson, don't ride fast in the dark. Stupid me, i knew better. If you guys could point me where to look to check over the brakes and shift linkage problems, that would be great.