Trojan T105 golf cart batteries are generally wet cells, not AGM or Gel, unless you're willing to spend a good deal more money. I don't see a problem with mixing the batteries, as both are wet cells and are in separate banks.
I do agree that you need to have relatively good access, to be able to check the water levels and that they need to be tied down securely and in a proper battery box.
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