On my 2005 I put together my own filtration system.
I had some parts already like most of the marine fuel hose, and the Detroit Diesel fuel filter base and the aluminum plate for the bracket.
The SS clamps are NORMA from Amazon, solid band, they cant cut the hose. Twin clamps I used on the ss tubing I cut and deburred and no flare needed, the pressures are low here. Why does this site show weird Amazon links?
Added a Cat with 24770 WIX base and WIX filter with a DD base to my truck and kept the stock fuel filter in the middle. Also have a pressure gauge that will tell me if the filters are getting clogged up. I have 2005 DRW 4door 3500 with 162,000 miles.
Important to note, the aluminum Cat filter really needs a non aluminum thread nipple on the filter base, or it can jam and weld together.
I made my own bracket for it to fit after the OEM filter. And rebent the OEM fuel pipe from CP3 pump to reuse for the CAT filter.
There is a better Ultra High Efficiency CAT filter 416-1225 or UHE 319-0844 to replace the 1R0750 which I will use someday, it will fit on same base.
You should really use a UHE filter, not an AHE, better micron rating. I see those kits all use the inferior AHE filters.
Unfortunately I learned that after buying the AHE 1R0750, but I can replace it with a UHE, as it will screw on the same base.
I can also replace the WIX 33118 with a water separating WIX 33418, and the Detroit Diesel base can take many different filters, it has 1 -12 steel threads. It is a real strong solid base. 2 thru bolts into the frame, plus I had to reposition the SS fuel tubing lower to create a space for it.