We report spectroscopy and photometry of the cataclysmic variable stars ASASSN-14ho and V1062 Cyg. Both are dwarf novae with spectra dominated by their secondary stars, which we classify approximately as K4 and M0.5, respectively. Their orbital periods, determined mostly from the secondary stars’ radial velocities, proved to be nearly identical, respectively 350.14 ± 0.15 and 348.25 ± 0.60 minutes. The Hα emission line in V1062 Cyg displays a relatively sharp emission component that tracks the secondary’s motion, which may arise on the irradiated face of the secondary; this is not often seen and may indicate an unusually strong flux of ionizing radiation. Both systems exhibit double-peaked orbital modulation consistent with ellipsoidal variation from the changing aspect of the secondary. We model these variations to constrain the orbital inclination i, and estimate approximate component masses based on i and the secondary velocity amplitude K 2.