The solution was to make an adapter from Deans to XT60. I searched around and found a spare female Deans plug, and a female XT60. Using a file, I filed the XT60 till I could get the deans to fit into it, then I soldered the two together. Next I used hot glue to fill the gap to prevent shorting. Last I wrapped it in electrical tape because I don't have any heat shrink big enough to do the job. Here are the photos I snapped with my phone while making the adapter. I'd guess you could create a similar adapter with other types of connectors as well.
|Soldering the two female part together|
|Filling the gap with hot glue so it won't short|
|Wrap with electrical tape or heat shrink.|