The most appealing aspect of this method is that you most likely have to tools required already. If you have pinned; you can create a working rhino.
Pin vice (this will get A LOT of use)
Wire (two gages and matching drill bits)
1 Rhino (obviously)
Pliers (not shown)
Not So Required Tools:
Green Stuff (for correct ?accidents?)
Glue (that?s right, you don?t actually NEED glue for this)
There are very delicate pieces of plastic in the hinge area. One can't just go hacking away at the middle section of the hinge, when you use a knife you're simply driving more material into the area to split it apart, do this and you could weaken the plastic around the area to be removed. So drill a hole through the middle of the hinge so the plastic as a place to go when you cut it out with your knife.
Once all material is removed drill through the hinge, and be careful when lining up your pin vice, the hinge doesn't have to be perfectly aligned, but it helps.
This is where all the fun with wire comes in, begin by wrapping the smaller gauge of wire around the larger about 3 times into somewhat of a spring apparatus leaving the two long ends to one side. After you have done that for both hinges simply thread the wire through the door hinges and coiled wire.
It's extremely unlikely that the area you removed from the door hinge above is large enough to thread everything together on the first try, if you're having a hard time threading it all together just file away until it all fits.
Once it's all together use the pliers to twist the loose ends together.
Drill holes in the corresponding area under the where the hinges rest on the rhino and slide the twisted wire into place then it's just a matter of flipping the rhino section over and bending the wire to keep the door tightly in place.
Because there is no glue involved and there is flexibility in the wire adjusting the doors motion to perfection isn't terribly hard. You'll probably need to remove a little material from where the bottom of the door and the frame meet to allow for the door to move all the way down to touch the ground. This is where the glue comes in, if you feel the hinges need a little more stability just add a drop of glue between the plastic and the bent wire on the interior of the rhino wall.
EDIT - the finished product with the top doors done the same way!
Edited by The Angelus Sanctus, 13 July 2009 - 01:20 PM.