Yep - inline fuel filter. Mine's a clear one from Car Quest - I cut the fuel line bewteen the air breather body and the sediment bowl, bent one end of the cut fuel line up at a 45 degree angle, bent the other end down at a 45 degree angle, and added an "s" of fuel hose between them. I put the filter in the middle of this fuel hose. Works great and doesn't cost much to try. The sediment bowl stops large particles of sediment - not fine rust flakes. (all this at the advice of another AC fan on the forum - I was initally skeptical since there is a strainer in the sediment bowl but it sure works.)
It also gives you an added benefit - it allows some "give" between the engine and the sediment bowl (fuel tank) which can only be a good thing. They shouldn't move much relative to each other but this will take any strain off the sediment bowl.