Operational range for by-pass filtration.
I have recently purchased a truck and will be flying down to Ohio to pick it up as soon as my WR-2017 contract closes. It is a 2001 Volvo with an N-14 and I purchased this truck with the goal to put it on in seasonal work beginning with WR-2018. I will have some chance through the summer and most all of December and January to ready the truck to go to work. I like the idea of by-pass filtration for the oil, especially that the truck really will not be shut down except for service work during the months of Feb-Mar. My understanding is that the by-pass system is a much finer filtering system and therefore stands to reason, a slower flowing system. I would like to know if this can sustain extreme low temperatures, as I will be operating in temps ranging from -20 Celsius to -52 Celsius, with extreme head winds while truck is at high idle unloading.
Is this a good question?