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Help finding correct fittings

Help finding correct fittings

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Thank you for taking the time to read my post.

I have a high pressure application (9000 MAX PSI) and I am having trouble finding correct fittings and wanted to ask if anybody can point me in the right direction.

I have a pump with a M14 1.5 male cone end that I need to connect to a electronic fuel injector (please see pictures for reference). I have design a mount for the fuel injector end that I can tap to any size. In my mind, I was looking for a M14 1.5 female cone adapter/reducer that can connect to a 1/4" tube that will have another fitting at the other end. I am having trouble finding such an end for pump side of the connection. I have reached out to Swagelok and they told me they don't carry that. Your suggestion and advise is highly appreciated. God bless.

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