So I cut a 1.25" hole in my roof where it was marked and found a 4x4 styrofoam "box" about 3" deep. Though the marking on the rood said that the Cables were below this box, they were actually on the side to the front. I punched through the styrofoam and after a bit of struggle, pulled the two Coax cables out. One had one orange band and the other had two orange bands. They were 8-10" in length, so I decided to mount the Tailgater Pro backwards so that the cables would reach. There were also two other wires supposedly 12v but I did not pull them out. I filled the box with Great Stuff foam and put the King Cable cover over the hole. The roof is only 3/16" plywood, so I used #10 3/4" long metal screws to mount everything. I covered every screw with Dicor 501 and also lined the cable cover. The first of three Coax connectors under the TV was the single orange band. I hook up the Wally to it and the Tailgater started to move.
I'm not 100% sure where the second 2-orange band coax goes; whether to the bedroom above the bed or to the center connector under the front tv. I know the third coax is for the power bay connection. So now when the roof mount southern view is blocked, it is only a five minute job to remove the Tailgater and reposition it using the power bay connection.
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