Until this coming winter, my saws always sit drained of fluids in a fairy warm basement over the cold season, and if I've had to cut in winter I just pull a couple out, fuel them and run them as needed, and then return to the basement dry. But with the handyman service running really well now, the two saws that sit in my truck toolbox (026 and 034AVS) are going to sit there all winter long because I'm not going to be putting saws in and out of the truck every morning and evening. So for sure I'll run winter weight bar lube. And all my saws run on non-oxygenated fuel with Amsoil. Now, -30 F isn't even considered cold here. Locals don't wag their tongues until it hits -40, and the record, set in 1996, was -60. Yikes! I expect that, when I KNOW I'm on my way to a winter saw job, I'll pull the saws in for the night or will put them in the cab on the way to the job to warm up. But has anyone had much experience storing saws that cold for weeks at a time and having to run them without notice? Thanks!