From the info I found they differ in weight by 1.5 lbs or about 2%(62 vs 60.5).
This is actually smaller than the 4% difference in A*hr capacity.
1981 C&C 38 Landfall
S/V Johanna Rose
Fort Walton Beach, FL
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> Paul ? one spec you didn?t list was weight. I think you?ll find the Trojans
> to be heavier than the Sam?s Club batteries; this means heavier plates and
> longer life, as well as better resistance to abuse from under-charging or
> ? Fred
> Fred Street -- Minneapolis
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