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Chances are slim that the banjo is leaking, unless you recently fiddled with it.
Chances are quite good that, like Terry says, old fuel lines, drain valve o-rings, or the bowl heater o-ring, lift pump, etc are leaking. They all drain to the same place - the valley. Do them all at once and save yourself the questionable bonanza of doing it twice.
The ultra low sulfur diesel wreaks havoc on the old o-rings. Bob at diesel o-rings can fix you up if you don't want to have a detached and glassy-eyed Ford parts guy looking at you like you were Dracula himself.
I have found the cheap fuel lift pumps from the O'Reilly's and Autozones of the world aren't worth the effort. Spend the $130 or so, and get the Navistar pump if you are going to keep the OE fuel system. It has a diaphragm that that is more tolerant of the ULSD.
'95 F250 4x4 ECLB 295k - ZF5, Southbend, 4.10, van pedestal, EBPV & CCV delete, 1.0 ex housing, 3" DP, 4" exhaust, BFAF, 140v IDM, MagHytec diff cover, HD front springs, 16x8 alloys
'95 F-Superduty 4x2 CM 12' Flatbed 47k - E4OD, 5.13, Banks intercooler, van pedestal, EBPV & CCV delete, 1.0 ex housing, 3" DP, 4" exhaust, BFAF, PHP tunes, 6.0 fan, 140v IDM, TruCool, MagHytec diff/pan, Dieselsite external trans filter, Autometer gauges, 180w LED light bar