Haystack what part of Manitoba r u located[approximate if u don't want to give details]
I'm not too far from you, 3340 miles straight south of the North Pole to be exact. The drill in the photos is not mine, we just have a general understanding that I'll approach the job that it has to do as if it were my own. To my knowledge the owners aren't active contributors on this forum and I wish to maintain their privacy. It would be interesting to put up a photo of the 2015, 70 foot drill with the high float front wheel option turned sideways in the shop. I haven't been down to see how its progressing yet, but I think the shot would be too invasive in my judgement. Once you give up privacy it takes decades to get it back.
In general the photos in the linked threads are on medium textured soil that has been no till farmed and planted with a disc drill for about 15 years, except for the odd fall knifing of fertilizer and discing the GPS tracks for the sprayer ruts when they get bad. I don't think it would be any different on a tilled farm other than I think the Quadtrac would break traction sooner, since this was in a near ideal situation for lug penetration on a firm surface.
The tractor is also having all of the available weight added since the drill is heavier because of the HF option and more width.
There was once last spring that I spun out coming out of a little dip with the drill in the bottom and the cart still on its way in. I looked over at the entrance platform and decided, no this thing is still moving, a bit. I just took out my phone and played for a while. The tracks made steam for 2 or 3 minutes then we continued seeding.