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Oh, I will be reaching out to him if I ever get my Rhino!
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He makes awesome stuff and will customize it to your liking. I had him make me a show board hood prop.
 

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Got mine in and looks awesome, how’s good way of fixing it to the fuse box cover? I was thinking double sided tape but can’t find any thin enough. Or maybe a bead of silicone on each corner?
 

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I've had a couple and bought one for the 3 other SRTs in our Family. First one was in red and second has Red TH and Yellow to go with the theme. You can also PM Armin Morshed on the fb forum.
 

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Check the white sticker on the drivers door.

I guess I should have been more specific in my original question, "Where do you all find the actual build date?"


My door white sticker has 2-18 so I was assuming this was the month and year (since I have a Demon with 3-18 on its door white sticker and can't believe the 18 is the day)?


The fuse cover build plates show month/day/year....where do you all get the "day" from.
 

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Bottom right of the sticker had MDH. Mine was built on 2 May 18 at 0600. I bought it on 28 May.

The MDH format is MMDDHH where MM is the month, DD is the day, and HH is the hour.

Month - two digit representation of the month produced
01 - January
02 - February
03 - March
04 - April
05 - May
06 - June
07 - July
08 - August
09 - September
10 - October
11 - November
12 - December

Day - two digit representation of day on month produced
01 - first day thru 31 - thirty first day

Hour - Two digit military time vehicle was produced
01 = 1 AM thru 24 = 12 PM

Example:
MDH 100819
decodes as:
10 = Tenth month (October)
08 = Eighth day
19 = Nineteenth hour (7 PM)
 
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