The large rubber foot helps stabilize the bike on soft ground and prevents scratching floors if you store your bike indoors. This one is thicker at the bottom and made from tougher material than the stock kickstand feet. The thicker base will raise the parked height of the bike a little and are easy to kick with your feet.
Tools needed: Pliers, epoxy, stir stick, file, mallet.
1). Remove the old feet.
2). File around the bottom edge to ensure the new feet can slide on fully.
3). Add a small amount of epoxy on the kickstand and inside the replacement feet.
3). Use a mallet to hammer them on until all the way pushed on.