It dose not matter which cable you use, that is the old style allowing for multiple receivers, four in your case. the hard part is lining up the dish to the satellite as you travel from place to place, use this to get the settings; Satellite Finder / Dish Pointing Calculator with Google Maps | DishPointer.com
, best to get before you go, also an in-line meter will help, otherwise you need to run in and out to fine tune the signal. Step by step instructions and help as well as parts you may need can be found here; InstallerOasis.com
. FYI the cabling on most campers that only have one hookup is cable TV and will not work for satellite without modifications to the terminations in the camper, if you run a temporary cable get one of these to pass through a window, 3 GHz RG6 Flat Coaxial Cable for Satellite and Cable TV*::*Adapters*::*InstallerOasis.com
, a flat cable, do not exceed 50 feet total cable from the dish to the receiver, shorter is better.
Update: i miss spoke not a in-line meter, a signal finder (http://installeroasis.com/sf-95-sate...lay-pr-46.html