No I sure don't remember. I probably got my coaxial cables 10 years ago! If I remember, I'll take the boys (two labradoodles) for a walk in the direction of the motorhome and look at the cables.
A few thoughts:
Make sure the coaxial cables has weather proof ends. Usually there is a rubber sealing O-Ring inside the end.
Are you aware of Wing Dings? These are a really nifty cool item for connecting and disconnection coaxial cables. I glue mine on because they can get knocked off during travels. I got mine a long time ago from EBay. Here is another place I just found. https://www.specialized.net/cable-pr...hoChSsQAvD_BwE
We like to camp in more rural wooded type campsites, thus the need to get the dish out further from the motorhome. I carry two 50 foot cables, a 25 footer, and a 10 footer plus necessary connectors.
Are you aware of apps that show you the satellites and any obstructions between you and those "birds" 23,000 miles above our heads? I use the SatFinder Lite app.
Picture of Wing Ding
Picture of our last snow skiing trip. The Wingard is sitting on a 3 foot tall tripod at the far left of the picture! I had to use all of my cable getting the dish out into clear sky.