Roy, the front motor mount is under the harmonic balancer. Both the water pump and alternator pulleys turn freely without wobble. I could understand how a bad bearing could cause the problem, but that doesn't answer why it only happens when going around a right curve. I can drive all day with no problems and the first sharp right curve I go around will cause result in the belt burning so much I can smell it while driving. After a few of these curves- snap!
Seems to me if something were rubbing as you were making the turn you would hear it since it burns the belt so quickly.
I will be as glad as you are when you finally figure it out. Wish I were closer. Would love to take a look at it with you.
Please let us know what you find cause I would like to know.
Turning hard right would make the engine list to the left (drivers side). Is the driver side engine mount close enough to the alternator it could catch the fan of the alternator on a hard turn? But I would think you would hear that happen, it would be pretty loud.
Be pretty obvious too because the fan and what ever it hit would be chewed up shortly.