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Rain deflector for the back window?

Does anybody here know how to get a rain deflector for the back window?
Im tired of forgetting to close it and finding the back cup-holders full with water the next day
and dont tell me to just remember!
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I've seen them around. Im sure AVS makes something.
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Are you talking about one of these? If so, I ordered mine from advance auto parts.

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Are you talking about one of these? If so, I ordered mine from advance auto parts.

Had 1 like that and it worked well until I had to break into my truck and I cracked it. Go for it.
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I've seen them around. Im sure AVS makes something.
Yeah it looks like they do, will look for a retailer

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Are you talking about one of these? If so, I ordered mine from advance auto parts.
Weird it doesnt seem like there is an advance auto parts in Washington state
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Had 1 like that and it worked well until I had to break into my truck and I cracked it. Go for it.

I broke mine too when I backed into the garage door. Lost my receipt, so I don't think I can return it.

As for the advance auto parts, just try whatever local parts store you have there. O'reily's, maybe Napa, and I hate to say it but a s*@thole autozone might carry them also.
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Jc whitney sells them also
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i always wondered if those worked. i was guessing no since the window slides and is open the whole height. that would shield the upper part but not the lower.

i could see it working better on a sport trac though since it's a vertical slider not a horizontal one.
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I like it. It's more for wind. I don't know how it works, but if you have all your windows down and the back one open, you don't get the crazy wind tunnel feel inside your truck, even at highway speeds.
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