Frozen Gas Line?
So I fired up my sled for the first time in a week, it started up ok but didn't quite sound right, then died on me. Started it up again, revved it a little, played around with the choke, and it went dead for the second time and this time wouldn't come back to life. I let it sit for a while assuming it might be flooded after me trying to start it back up again, checked my plugs, checked for spark (both were firing), there's still compression in the cylinders, no sign of leaks, and it's not out of fuel - somewhere between a 1/4 and 1/2 a tank in it...
It does stay outside year round - nowhere to keep it indoors - and last weekend the temperature was just a few degrees below freezing but this week it had dipped down to about -15 celsius suddenly. I know it's tough to tell without actually seeing but does this sound like a frozen fuel line somewhere? I had put some Lucas Oil fuel treatment/ignition cleaner in the tank last weekend before going for a first rip on it so I'm not sure if that's prone to freezing, and I was supposed to take it in yesterday to get serviced at the dealership, which is why I was starting it up.
Any thoughts or recommendations? I don't have a place to tow it to warm up, though I've heard taking a hair dryer to the lines could work, and there's also some additives that I read about that could clear out any ice/freezing in the tank/lines.