slight "rubbing" noise when turning right at cruising speed

My 98 cavalier has a slight noise when driving around 50-60 and turning right, just following curve in road. It sorta sounds like it could be a tire noise. That tire was recently replaced. it had a sidewall failure was only
one replaced. I had to have a shop to do it beacause a lugnut was rounded off. Could this be a wheel bearing starting to go?
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CV joint is a possibility, although you typically hear it at lower speeds.

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What was the damage to the tire you had replaced? Something rub thru the sidewall. The only way to find out is to remove the tire and inspect the suspension. Could be the bushings coming out of the lower A frame which is common on the Cavalier to a broken suspension part. Anything here is pure speculation...

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Tire damage was from girlfriend driving on a flat to long and caused a tear in sidewall. It was front right tire and is only one where noise comes from. Does not do it at lower speeds only in thta speed range 50-60 is noise noticable.

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