First off, the tank will be fine as long as you don't plan on putting any smaller, less aggressive fish later. Is so, triggers should be the last addition. But, if it is only gonna be aggessive, large fish, you should be ok. Triggers are hardy fish. Just expect an ammonia spike, because of the messy eating habits of triggers.
Also, are there any kind of hiding places in the tank? Triggers generally appreciate somewhere to hide while first adjusting to their new enviroment, so if LR
is in the plan, you may wanna go ahead and get it first, especially since it will most likely be uncured, which will cause another spike in ammonia. Not happy for fishies.
Also, what are you using as bio-filtration? Two triggers could be quite a shock on a system if it doesn't have a way to handle waste and such. Two may be too much at one time, so I would probobly do one at a time.
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