I would highly recommend OCD Offroad to anyone looking to get custom work done, or if you don’t know where to start and are having problems, this place is great. Not only did I get my stuff fixed, I got one hell of a Jeep education out of the experience!
I have had electrical problems on the vehicle that nobody else had been able to figure out and he was able to track down and fix everything I knew about and more.
Perfection is our goal.
At OCD Offroad Shop our philosophy is simple, obsess over every Jeep, truck, and off-road Vehicle that comes through the door like it was our own. That means Loctite on every bolt, gratuitous use of the torque wrench, solder and heat shrink on electrical work, and flawless gaskets that keep leaks off your driveway, and most importantly off the trail. We treat every repair, modification or fabrication job this way, from simple oil changes, to lift kits, LED’s, gear and locker installations, roll cages, bumpers and armor, the list goes on.
Why? Because we have been part of the Virginia Jeep & Offroad community for over 20 years, next to you on the trail, at the meets, giving to the charities, and online in the groups handing out advice. We love this stuff. This is our family.
So, If you live near Stafford, Fredericksburg, King George, Woodbridge, Triangle, Quantico, Springfield, Prince William, Fairfax, Manassas, Dale City, Centerville, or really anywhere in Northern Virginia bring your project to us, you won’t regret it.
The OCD Offroad Team.
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OCD Offroad Shop
2080 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Stafford, VA 22554
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