It appears that the leads on the through-hole 5mm RGB LED's are on .05" centers, and that they require a hole of at least .029". By the time an additional .017" - .020" of copper pad is added, the distance between pads is a tiny .001" - .004", well below the .006" - .008" pad-to-pad clearance requirement of many PCB fab houses.
Has anyone used these LED's in a PCB project? It seems odd that these would have a footprint that fab houses won't make. Did I make an error in my math? Anyone have any recommendations?