I don't have a photo available and I'm not inclined to open the generator compartment and climb in there (to take photos) unless there is a need to. Anyway, my cables and fuel lines had clamps on them also but were not secured to anything and I actually crimped the ground cable between the genset and the frame and nearly cut it in half. I found some bolts up on the top of the side frame rails and cross member that I secured the clamps to. I did all that while I was in there replacing the old original fuel filler vent hoses which were cracked and leaked fuel when the fuel tank is filled to full or near full. I have fuel fillers on both sides so had to replace the vent hoses on both sides. I believe that, with the front door model that you have, you only have a fuel filler on one side so if you have the issue with leaking fuel when the tank is full, you will only need to replace the one side. It's not a fun job and requires removing the metal fuel filler tube to accomplish the task. Back to the clamps for the fuel line & cables. If I am in the compartment for some other reason, I will take some photos and get them posted.
Roger & Diana
'03 Alpine 36MDDS