The listing I linked is confusing -- the picture is just the front deflectors on a 1st gen Connect, but the specs say they are for all four doors on a 2nd gen LWB wagon. Weird.
Not that it matters, as a matter of fact; I just got an email from FordPartsGiant that my order was voided because the deflectors "have been discontinued (no longer available) and/or is backordered with no ETA date by the manufacture."
That gutter idea is neat, though! In the meantime, I found another vendor for the OEM stick-on deflectors. I just placed an order from them -- I'll update here when I hear back.
The ones you pic'd are for the front doors? I got em and love em ... the WeatherTech wings fit tight in the window channels. Slide them in, roll up the windows to seat them, and they ain't goin' nowhere. Really cut down on wind noise too.
One advantage to my rig is sliders on the barn and sliding doors so I get good cross ventilation. I'll crack those open and never take in any rain ...
PS - a cheap gutter for any slider? Check this out. Only thing I'd change is using 3M body molding tape to mount them.
Resurrecting an old topic here, but I figured that was better than starting a new thread for the same question.
Has anyone found an off-the-shelf solution for rain deflectors for the rear sliding doors on the 2nd gen LWB wagon? I'm hoping to be able to crack the windows while camping without worrying about light rain showers. I'm wondering if anyone has found even universal tape-on ones that fit without looking totally janky.
EDIT: I just found these on FordPartsGiant for $72 + $15 shipping to Massachusetts: https://www.fordpartsgiant.com/parts/ford-kit-window-shade_et1z-18246-a.html
I'll report back when they arrive.
BTW, isn't this why drivers have a "significant other" in the front passenger seat ? Can never forget when mt brother bought a new car, long ago, salesman made a point telling him the cruise control will give a warning if you drove faster than set speed. My brother's answer, "That's what I have a wife for" !