Kragen auto parts often advertises a Nikota electric pressure washer for
$79.99 (it is on sale this week). Is this pressure washer any good for
occasional light use? Is there one for a similar price that is better?
Thank you in advance for all replies.
Whenever I hear or think of the song "Great green gobs of greasy
grimey gopher guts" I imagine my cat saying; "That sounds REALLY,
They used to use the name they use in California (Western Auto) here
in NC before they stopped doing any auto servicing and limited their
operations to parts sales only - and changed their signage to Advanced
Ok...its like this...Western Auto, was Western Auto..Sears bought out
Western Auto, Tire America, and NTW. Each company kept their own corp
office...Tire America for example, while owned by Sears, had their corp
office in West Virginia. Sears changed over the Tire Americas to NTWs, iirc,
based out of Nebraska...Sears then sold off the Western Auto branches in NC
SC and TN that were not still franchised out.....Advance (NOT Advanced) Auto
bought most of the old Western Auto buildings and converted them over.
BTW...Western Auto and Advance..never in any way, shape or form the same
Did what I should have done first instead of being lazy and Googled
Sorry to tell you that the above info is not correct - found the
"CSK Auto Inc. owns and operates more than 1,100 retail auto parts
stores in 19 states under the brand names Checker Auto Parts, Schuck's
Auto Supply, and Kragen Auto Parts. Check out some of our
It appears that they have no association with Advanced Auto Parts OR
Virginia! The corporation is located in Arizona.
See: http://www.cskauto.com/company /
and compare it to the Advanced Auto Parts Company Profile;
Advance Auto Parts, Inc., is the nation's second largest retailer of
auto parts and accessories. The Company currently operates more than
2,400 stores in 38 states, primarily located in the eastern,
mid-western and southeastern regions of the United States, and in
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
Headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, Advance Auto Parts Inc., became a
publicly traded Company on November 28, 2001. Its common stock trades
on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol "AAP." ...."
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