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Hello!

I'm Stephen and I moved from california to alaska in my van! I travel for work and have the potential of going to the north slope for up to 6 months.
I am worried about winterizing my van. I have things sorted out on the inside but I am more worried about my engine and transmission.

1. What should my antifreeze ratio be for the freezing temps of alaska? Fairbanks can get to -40F and With me being gone for so long I don't want to break my motor.

2. I leave my van at a friends place while I am gone and don't want to leave the van on a engine block heater and run up their electricity bill. Also I don't have many options to plug in a block heater where I work and sleep. Where and or what would you recommend I do for this?

3. KO2's or Blizzaks or your recommendation for studded tires? From what I hear last year was really bad in terms of ice. I know that I have to worry about others not having the right tires or paying attention while driving but I have been contemplating on these tires.

Thanks!
Stephen Shreds.
 
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