Crank arms have a few different lengths, and then the way the crank arms meet up with the bottom bracket (AKA crank axle) can be different in several ways.
Back in the days of Biopace, the domineering model was square taper, so that's what you should be looking for.
Try matching the tooth count as well, for least hassle at assembly.
You'll need a crank puller to get the old ones off.
Make sure to use the right torque at assembly, as square taper cranks are notorious to wobble and get destroyed unless mounted right.
But check first if you can't remove & replace the chainrings only, that might be an easier/cheaper option.
Specialized uses different types of derailleurs. The most common are Shimano and SRAM. Each of these have different levels to them. The better the derailleurs the more expensive the bike.
Shimano's population is 7,003.
Shimano's population is 975.
Shimano was created in 1921-02.
Shimano Nexus was created in 1995.
Argos-Shimano was created in 2005.
Shimano Alfine was created in 2005.
There are a variety of places where one could purchase a Shimano rod. Two great examples are Amazon and ebay because the prices are reasonable.
Eido Tai Shimano was born in 1932.
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Shimano Tourney is a model of front and read deraliers, not a bike