Wow I wish it was only -6. We were camped West of Nordegg Alberta this past weekend. Our truck isn't ready so we had our old beat up holiday trailer out it has a wood stove in it. Saturday morning it was -36 and sunday it was -34. I start my truck through the night every few hours when I stoke the stove. I did a 2.5 hour hike Saturday when the sun came out hunting for rabbits. When I get my 550 done we plan to take a small inverter generator with us on these types of outings to be able to plug in the powerstroke. On the bright side we it isn't very busy out.
Do you have issues starting your truck? I know - 6 vs - 36 is worlds apart, but plugging my truck in has been the last of my thoughts.... Last time it was 3 ish and we had been sitting for 4 days and it started right up, usually I don't even bother waiting for the glow plug light (I forget.... DD is gas).
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