Curious as to what you guy's "rules" are for warm weather cutting. How warm is too warm? Why I ask is my buddy burned up his Husky Rancher this summer cutting wood in July. I told him what I was always told and that's you don't run chainsaws in July, atleast not hard anyway. His theory was weedwackers work in the summer so a chainsaw should be fine also. What's your input on the subject?