Chain link fence drive through gate
Last fall we removed a portion of our chain link fence to allow delivery of a shed. For the winter I rigged up the fence to enclose the yard but it is a temporary fix.I have purchased a 10' drive through gate to install in the area I removed. My main question is how do I cut the top metal pole down to size? The pole that runs parallel to the ground needs to be cut as I will not need it to go over the gate. I have a circular saw which I have yet to use. Is this acceptable to use in this situation? Should I consider a special blade? Or should I get a different tool?
Any help is greatly appreciated. Also, if you can think of any other hang-ups in my way please let me know. I will be completing this project next Sunday as long as the ground is not frozen.