There is no difference between the delete kits. They all do the same thing, which is redirect the coolant flow coming out of the oil cooler to the same spot that the egr cooler did, as well as an up-pipe to replace the existing one on your truck now (to get rid of the exhaust connection).
I used the cheap (dicad solutions) kit off fleabay and have had 0 issues.
Here is something to consider, you won't get lower exhaust temps, you will not realize an appreciable horsepower gain, nor will you get better fuel mileage.
Those are all bogus claims made by manufacturers and sellers of egr delete kits. If they tell you different, they are either using hyped up results or straight out lying to you. To a manufacturer or seller of a kit that disagrees with me......prove it.
The stock oil cooler isn't a exactly a perfect part, but it isn't exactly a piece of garbage either. You have two options.
Option one: Replace your existing stock oil cooler with another stock oil cooler. Tousley Ford has them for 213.84 <CLICK HERE
Option two: If you NEVER EVER want to worry about your oil cooler ever again, go with the bulletproof diesel oil cooling system. If you live in a climate that gets snow in the winter, you will need to add the cold weather package to it. Kits for your year truck are linked below.
Link to the oil cooling system, without cold weather package
Link to the oil cooling system with the cold weather package