Rear Wheel Bearing:
You can double check to see if your parking brake works. Have someone apply the parking brake and you should see the primary shoe move only (secondary very very little) Once your rotor is on they both will clamp. It will feel loose because there is nothing to clamp down to. aka, your rotor. Return parking brake down and install rotor.
Place bracket behind the backing plate and install caliper, Torque two bolts 50 ft lbs. Now apply your parking brake hard. Torque down your axle nut 140 ft lbs and crimp by using a punch (preferably brass), and a hammer. Torque strut bolts, parallel links, and lateral link. Double double check everything to make sure its on. Install wheel, lower car, torque lug nuts to 70 ft lbs.