I think, you are correct. As soon as you issue no fex 102 for example, it will break the portchannel and that will cause an outage.
I am not sure if this is possible, but how about this:
If you have 2 ports from each 2248 connected to the 5ks presently, take the other 2 ports and build for example portchannel 102 and than delete po 103. build po 103 delete po 105 build po 104 delete 107 and so on.
Then again, it may be easier to have a short outage window and re-number them.
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