I ran across this battery when researching AGMs or flooded cell to replace my existing batteries in my RV. I currently have group 27 size flooded cell (Costco) that the prior owner installed and I'm not happy with the battery life.
This AGM is a 110 amp hour 12 volt battery for $220. Similar warranty and spec as the lifeline GPL 31t, supposedly manufactured in California, $160 less per battery and it seems that the threaded terminal will still work for replacing existing connections.
Any experience and thoughts? This is a true deep cycle agm.
In my case the Lifeline 30 series is too tall. I have group 37's and the dimensions of the Trojan 30XHS will just fit into my space for 2 batteries. Unfortunately Golf cart batteries are 1/2 inch too tall and I don't want to cut the fiberglass on my rig or remove the battery drawer to make them fit.
I would get more amp hours out of the Trojan battery in this case, albeit not in an AGM. Basically the thought is if $31 more for 30 less amp hours but stepping up to AGM is worth it or if stepping up should only mean paying the premium for lifeline.
I realize of course that one company here is marketing to mobility devices while the other has an area of focus on our market.
TD100-12 - 12 Volts 100 Ah Deep Cycle AGM Battery