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I was thinking you were get shudder when applying the brakes, which almost always points to warped rotors (i.e., from heat/brake drag). Is the shudder happening when you are off the brakes? Feeling it through the steering wheel, or more generally throughout the car? Wheel bearings usually start making a roaring noise long before they get bad enough to start shuddering, but certainly possible. Maybe put it on a jack and check for play in the wheel. Also, turn the wheel by hand - listen to see if the brake is dragging or other odd noises.New thought. Could the Hub bearing going out cause this situation? I had a rear bearing go out last year (but no brake issues).
PaulLR3- Interesting you say you replaced your calipers at 130K. I just crested 135K on my 2011.
So Atlantic British has what they call "OEM" calipers for the fronts listed at $370 each. Do we think those are brand new, or rebuilt? Websites doesn't say. Alternatively NAPA sells re-manufactured front calipers for $135 each. They specifically say they have been taken apart, cleaned and rebuilt. The picture on their website shows the LandRover and TRW monograms on the calipers. What does the extra $200 buy from A-B? Could the theirs be brand new at that price?