"I know that it cannot and will not output more than the road wheels require to operate."
And if your wheels are frozen into soft ground or in a hole with a load on your loader?
"I am quite sure the EPS motor will stall and the controller will disable the motor long before the gear box is damaged same as it does on a Prius."
What is your proof of that?
How much torque will it input before before it stalls? Is a Prius stronger or weaker than an N?
Will it input more or less than the N's draglinks will handle? Or the sectors?
Got any numbers for us?
Is that How they built these tractors in the first place? Or Toyotas for that matter?
Joe, "It'll work, I tell ya."
Mike, How do you know it will work?"
Joe, "It'll work! Here hold my beer."
You are pulling this stuff out of the air and giving it to us as facts.
It's all ipsi dixit - assertions without proof.
Maybe it'll work great. Maybe it won't. Maybe it's strong enough to bust your steering box.
I just know that Ford never installed their power assist Behind the sectors and I'm skeptical of anyone who ignores that fact.