Looks similar to the 'Seagate USB3 disks with Linux' issue (ATA command pass through) as such you could try to UAS blacklist the product and device ID: options usb-storage quirks=059f:106f:u as outlined in the link above.
Please report back whether that helps.
I had the same issue with an external selfpowered HD box (FANTEC QB-X2US3R ), I have a couple of 3T HDDs on it.
And it crashes everytime.
Tryed UAS blacklisting but with no result. I have also SMART disabled.
Any idea how to proceed? (the same FANTEC thing goes fine on the USB2.0 port but painfully slow...).