Break lines and caliper pin lube are CHEAP. Go for that at the same time, replace the rotors and pads, and bleed well.
You should be in good shape.
But before you re-torque your lugs, clean the threads with a wire brush, and put a little oil on them. STAGE-torque or step-torque them. Wheel lug torque can warp a rotor also. We're under-braked.
After cleaning the threads and oiling (for consistent torque on all 10 front lugs), torque to 50 (star pattern), then 75, then 100.
Or something similar (which I wrote too, based on the experiences of other members here):
Scroll all the way to the bottom for the wheel lugs.