So... the verdict is in... NOTHING!
The low down... I took my truck into LRSJ on Friday morning, by 2 pm my service advisor called and said they couldn't get the spacer off and that one bolt was just spinning on the stud. They wanted to know if I wanted to go ahead with the labor to see if they could remove bolt in order to take off the spacer in order to check for any issues, in the end they told me that the hub would probably need to be replaced and they wouldn't be able to start until Monday and if parts were in-stock at Land Rover, they should have them by Tuesday. I was like, well, I guess I don't really need my truck this weekend, and I want a safe vehicle to drive, so go ahead.
Today rolls around and by 1 pm, my service advisor had called me to say they had good news... they were able to get the bolt off, and save the stud (they re-tapped it), saved the hub and the spacer... and determined that there was absolutely nothing wrong with the bearings, the CV joint, the parking break or anything else.
They put it all back together and test drove it and the ticking is gone. How do you like that? Their only thought was that stupid bolt was causing the ticking somehow. Anyway, in the end it only cost me the labor, but they suggested I get a set of new bolts and they would replace them for free. Lame.
At least the truck is safe to drive... I have women's trip to prepare for!