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Contact with the association.

I am in Los Angeles with two Routemasters and I am in the association. I cannot contact anyone! There are only email addresses and when I try to contact anyone the site forces me to open a Microsoft account which then freezes my computer.
Can someone please give me a GOOD OLD FASHIONED TELEPHONE NUMBER of someone I can TALK to!!
I need help with some parts but can also help anyone coming to Los Angeles.
Thanks. Michael.

My bus number (if any): RM2181 and RML2509

Re: Contact with the association.

instead of left clicking try right clicking the names and option should appear to copy the email instead of opening your computers default internet application.

Alternatively the parts officer's email for the association is

My bus number (if any): RMF2771

Re: Contact with the association.

Thank you. I did hear from the RM association by getting help from John Clark who is in another group. Michael.

My bus number (if any): RM2181 and RML2509

Re: Contact with the association.

Alternatively, there is the member's quarterly magazine which has all the key telephone numbers in it, as well as their postal and email addresses.

My bus number (if any): RM1368