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You'll accumulate moisture in the oil. Check the underside of your oil cap. If you see a milky foam or sludge like material then you're not getting your oil hot enough.

Why not just find an extended rout to drive home once or twice a week and get it up to operating temp? I wouldn't think it would take much more than that to burn off all the moisture in the oil.
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