And, in addition to a "hot spot" or "warp" on the rotor(s), which gives more of a pulsing linear "shake"...
The shake has a side-to-side component, you may have a few worn/loose pieces in the front steering linkage.
I'd do the rotors first.
ALTHO,.... I really like the "small earthquake" theory
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