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You should remove them as they will increase the chances your struts will bottom out once you lower the car after the new bars are in. When you lower the car you move the range of strut travel towards its upper limit (reduce overall travel range) and removing that donut gives you that much back.
Also, You are going to have to reset your ride height after the new bars anyway and at that time you should center the adjusters in their range of travel so that when its corner balanced the mechanic has lots of range to adjust them without having to remove and reindex them.
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