Don't forget the rust build up between the hub-rotor-rim assembly. This is especially worst if you live in salty places!
Using an impact to tighten a wheel is a no-no. Use torque sticks, or a torque wrench. Some anti-sieze on the rim hub, and the threads helps too. Removing the wheel frequently also keeps the nuts from siezing to as well.
Another thing to remember, if the back brakes are not adjusted properly, the front brakes are toast. I find I have to adjust my back brakes every 2-3 months, these drums are terrible for that sometimes.
2009 Pontiac Vibe AWD 2.4
1993 Buick Park Avenue 3800
1984 Chevrolet Citation 2.5 liter four.